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NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

(OP)

NICE Documentation states that ROD and Report Viewer Clients for Perform R3.1 are "Not Supported" in a 64-bit Windows 7 environment.

"Not Supported" to me might mean that they don't support it in that environment, not that you can't install it and try to use it.

Has anyone been able to get ROD and Report Viewer Clients for Perform R3.1 working in a 64-Bit Windows 7 environment?

- Stinney

I love learning and passing on knowledge. "Because knowing is half the battle".... GI JOOOOOE!

RE: NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

hi 3.1 is now sunset so you may want to look at upgrading. 3.2 was first version that supported win 7 64 bit. not supported basically means that they tested it against that version but it doesnt work for whatever reason, mostly because the dll were complied for 32 bit OS.

RE: NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

Hi Stinney

I have ROD working but I needed to edit the dot net full trust settings for framework64 bit manually. Set securety for Perform 3.1 only edits dot net framework, not framework64.

I have not had any problems with Reporter viewer. On only a few PC-s I have not been able to replay, but by installing the codec pack for Perform 3.2 replay works. Nearly all PC-s work with the Perform 3.1 codec pack.

Regards Johan

RE: NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

(OP)
Johan, thanks for the post. Unfortunately, you're talking a little beyond my skill set.

How would I edit the dot net full trust settings?

- Stinney
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"To know where to find anything is, after all, the greatest part of education"

RE: NICE Perform 3.1 and Windows 7 64-bit

The setsecurety app edits a file.

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\CONFIG\security.config

Setsecurety adds this text.

<CodeGroup class="UnionCodeGroup"
version="1"
PermissionSetName="FullTrust"
Name="NICE Perform Code Group"
Description="Allows full trust privileges to NICE Perform Applications">
<IMembershipCondition class="SiteMembershipCondition"
version="1"
Site="NICEPerform_servername"/>
</CodeGroup>

What I did was to copy this txt to a corresponding file for dot net 64 bit

C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v2.0.50727\CONFIG\security.config

Another way to get the same result would be to use setsecurety for Perform 3.5 or NIM 4.1.




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