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    \"*** Error: Agent\'s GUI type is not member of target GUI set\"

    hi all,
    I'm using SilkTest 5.0 and driving remote windows 95 and windows 98 clients from a host that's running a testplan. When Silk tries to connect to the remote win95/98 clients (agents are using TCP/IP), it generates the error: "*** Error: Agent's GUI type is not member of target GUI set."
    When I run the same testplan to the same clients but boot them into NT, all is well.
    Anybody run into this error before?
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    Re: \"*** Error: Agent\'s GUI type is not member of target GUI set\"

    I experienced a similar problem on an agent-only installation on one workstation, and uninstalling and re-installing the agent and rebooting the workstation fixed the problem for me in that case.

    Since you have dual boots on the same workstation, I would suspect that you have only installed via NT operating system, and didn't repeat the install for Win95/98 (whatever) on the workstation in question. You might try uninstalling the current installation, and re-install from both operating systems.

    I know that this sounds very iffy, but I never got an explanation from Silk as to what the cause of the problem was, so that's all I've got.
    Craig Koozer
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    www.oraclesmallbusiness.com

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    Re: \"*** Error: Agent\'s GUI type is not member of target GUI set\"

    thanks craig,
    Tried uninstalling and re-installing SilkTest on the win98 client, but didn't help matters.
    You had said that you did a "client-only" install. I don't see the option to choose "install agent only" while running the Setup.exe on the Silktest CD.
    Because we use the machines to run locally as well as remotely, I've installed the full software, but I'd like to try just installing the agent. How do you do that?

 

 

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