I am currently doing an evaluation on running silktest script on Windows XP with sp2. Most of my scripts which developed on Windows 2000 would be running fine. However, there are some issues with Popup dialogs. Pushbutton can't be recognized on windows XP. Just wondering if anyone here has more experience with running silk on XP(sp2)? If you do, please give input about how generally your scripts running on XP and any issues that you can't resolve.
Can you tell me what your general impression about running silk scripts on XP with SP2? 80 to 90% of my scripts developed on Windows 2000 have no problem to run on XP. However, I saw an increased number of times of IE crash.
Actually, I only use XPP/XPH SP1. I have hesitated to move to SP2 because of the dialog and other security changes (there is another stupid little bubble that can block objects in the lower right corner which constantly reminds you that your virus software is less good than Microsoft's, or something like that).
Chris R Mead
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Thanks. For XP with SP2, I have to turn off firewall, disable Security Center service(that probably is the bubble you mentioned earlier)and turn off pop-up blocker in order to get things work. After investigation, I deceided not to take the risk to migrate to XP(sp2) at this point since we don't want to increase the amount of maintainence work.