Vadder-Bear wrote: »
Hi - just some more feedback about my testing with the 64bit version.
Let's start with the good news first - for me the 64bit version is more stable than the 32bit version.
BUT - there are other bits:
1# Less server in the "Server Browser" list --> looks to me - just 64bit servers will be shown up. You still can add the IP of the server and will be connected, but after about one or two mins, PunkBuster is kicking you out (see message below).
2# Not sure what are the right settings for PunkBuster. I tried what "[!ReDRuM!]Damian" mentioned (see picture below) .
-a-> On the official AAPG server there is no difference if you copy over the PB folder from WIN32 to WIN64. On my test, I was still able to play on the official AAPG server without changing anything - just by using the 64bit client.
-b-> As mentioned under "1#", independent if I copy the PB folder or not, on the 32bit servers I got kicked after one or two mins.
-c-> Than I tested a 64bit server from the "Server browser" list. And again, for me was no difference if I had copied the PB folder or not. Both times I got kicked by PunkBuster.
My personal conclusion for the moment is, that the official AAPG server are not using PunkBuster or the configuration on the server itself is different.
Possible solutions - if the setup of the PunkBuster on official AAPG server is different - please share, so the client end does not need to change anything by using the 64bit client. Or we need to understand the needed changes on the client end to get PunkBuster working with 64bit client version. What would mean - a client update ;-)
Any help or feedback is welcome.
Vadder-Bear wrote: »
Hi H.E.A.T. - thank your for sharing your experience with us. Could you please share as well if you are using a WIN7 or WIN10 client. Could you also share, a server you tested wit success. Good would be if you could share as well if you have changed anything - or you just staring the 64bit client. Cold you please also check if you do have a folder under the WIN64 bit folder called PB.
A good one for testing is the DISF server (not 64bit server) - details below.
Thank you in advance
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