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    Difference between Connect and setmachine

    Does anybody knows the difference between connect and setmachine. I have to work with two machines but one machine at a time(script should run on that particular machine). so which one I should use? connect or setmachine. I am still experimenting. Any suggestions???

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    Re: Difference between Connect and setmachine

    Connect() establishes a connection between Silk on a local PC and Silk Agents on other PCs.

    SetMachine() is the Agent hardware-equivalent of SetActive(). It tells Silk which one (of two or more Agent PCs) you want to communicate with.

    John


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