Apparently in 5.6 and up, the client service runs as a 32bit process regardless of the OS bit-ness, due to a change from C#/.NET to C++.
This is a problem for a bunch of reasons. Including misreported info, as well as binary access. The "C:\Windows\System32\" folder displayed and accessed in the "Command" section is in fact "C:\Windows\SysWOW64\" and prevents access to a number of command line tools.
The client really needs to be a 64-bit process on 64-Bit OS's.
Customer support service by UserEcho