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4-04-2008 @ 5:51PM
Keep in mind - back when I was doing testing-automation at Intel (for product validation) we used to program Cybex Autoviews (I think the company is called Avocent now) so that one keyboard would control 20 or more machines. Now this what physically wired - the computer, nor any detection mechanism would be able to tell one person was controlling 20-40 or even a thousand machines from one keyboard/mouse.The software just makes it cheaper - a fully programmable KVM like the Cybex Autoview was worth more than the computers we were testing.In that same light - if you used testing automation software to automatically click through the tests (which you could easily use on WoW) that would be against the rules.
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