There's separate licenses for each. The first sounds like the SilkTest GUI (i.e., where _you_ do your work). The Agent is a separately-installed piece with no user interface - its job is to remotely execute code as driven by the SilkTest GUI.
Normally, for local testing you have an Agent running on the same machine as the GUI. For remote testing, each runs on a separate box. You can get additional licenses for each - we have 4 testers and 5 GUI licenses, but something like 50 Agent licenses so we can run tests on up to 50 computers at a time.
Don't know why it's taking me so long to get around to this but anyway. What is the difference between a SilkTest_GU 6.5 Policy ID and a SilkTest_GUI_Runtime 6.5 agent, and is there a special way to run the Runtime agent?
To run the RunTime version does it havn't to be executed remotly, or can they be execute at the machine with out the GUI. Also to install the Runtime verision, is that just like installing the agent only? a little confused on this one.
RunTime version has a GUI. It's much like the Dev version but missing some functionality. Cannot edit tests from the runtime version. When installing, you will have an option to install runtime version.
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