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The edition, service pack level, and bit-level of the target are all pertinent, as is the specific Bulletin ID and QNumber included in the patch group.
In example, QJAVA6U32N/Java6-32 should be considered applicable to the following 32-bit 'XP' operating systems:
Windows XP Home, SP3
Windows XP Professional, SP3
Windows XP Tablet PC, SP3
If you contact support directly, we can generate, collect, and analyze the scan log in order to provide a more definitive answer.
I solved my problem by scanning for Java6-31 and renaming the patch files so Java 6-32 got pushed. I was pleasantly surprised that this worked.
Based on one test scan, 32-bit software distribution is now working for Java6-32 (also working for the new Java 6-33) so my workaround would not be necessary if there was a need to deploy 6-32.