It shouldn't be too hard to make the installer available for Windows Vista 64 bit as well, should it? Or is there a special reason Scout is Windows 7 and >?
I think there's still a lot of people working on an old Vista machine (like me) who don't really want to upgrade just yet for 1 program?
Scout itself is not 32-bit compatible, it is not an installer limitation. Most OS's today are 64-bit and have been available for many years now.
We totally understand your situation but not upgrading to 64-bit will probably prevent you from enjoying other tools pretty soon.
Sr. Product Manager | Adobe Scout
I actually had the same question. I am running Vista 64 bit but I missed the fact that Scout only supports Windows 7 (maybe windows 8).
Attempting to run the installer does nothing. Brief hour glass, then that's it.
We don't support windows vista. Installer will not work on Vista.
For windows we do support Windows 7 and up (Win 8 is supported)