I ran our complete automation on 64-bit and worked well. There is one thing you need to do though, you need to delete the file agent16.exe.
Has anyone tried to run SilkTest on Win XP 64-bit edition or any other 64-bit flavors of Windows yet? If so, how well did it work vs. Win32 apps?
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I have been using Silk Test on WinXP since a long time, I had some issues when I executed same suite on different OSs but once all the machines were upgraded to XP I didn't face any issues with Silk Test.
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Thanks for your responses, but I have another question...
Has anyone run SilkTest on a Virtual Machine with a 64-bit guest OS? If so, what VM software are you using, and what type of PC are you running it on?
My IT guy wants as much information as he can get before spending money on hardware.