SysWOW64 folder is intended for 32-bit binary files. The answer is yes, it is possible, and in this article we will show : c:\windows\syswow64\compmgmtlauncher.exe how this can be done. System32″ in the folder path is not possible.
A redirection to the SysWOW64 folder is made automatically by the system if you try that. But there is another folder name that can be used instead: Sysnative. Sysnative is a virtual folder, a special alias, that can be used to access the 64-bit System32 folder from a 32-bit application or script. If you start Windows Explorer and open the Windows folder on your hard disk, you may notice that the Sysnative folder is not shown. Sysnative folder is only visible and accessible from 32-bit software.
And some of these tools are located in the 64-bit System32 folder. One example is the nbtstat tool that is used to help troubleshoot NetBIOS name resolution problems. Sysnative folder in the folder path when you want to run the tool. The file path above will give you access to the 64-bit nbtstat tool from a 32-bit application or from a 32-bit script.