Why do I see the "other user's" application when two users are logged on to the same server?
Silk Test is not designed to support simultaneous execution of scripts in a Terminal Server environment, even when the GUI is launched under two different user accounts. If you attempt to run Silk Test under these conditions, while Enabling Extensions you will see one or more of the following scenarios:
1. Silk Test will see your own applications but will not Enable Extensions ("Test" button remains disabled)
2. While trying to Enable Extensions Silk Test will display some of your own processes and also some of the other user's processes, but will Enable Extensions against the other user's AUT process (if it exists as a process)
3. Silk Test will display all of the other user's processes and none of your own and Silk Test will Enable Extensions against the other user's AUT process (if it exists as a process).
The only solution to this problem is to log on one user at a time.