A few weeks ago we struggled with a Quickr (Domino) installation at a customer. There were some strange effects (e.g. running “qptool upgrade -a” ran for 12h; the buttons in the Quickr web UI displayed in yellow and red instead of green etc.). It took us some time to find the root cause of the issue:

The customer had Windows Server 64-bit installed (and we did not know this and did not check it…).

The statement on the system requirements page is a little bit unclear.

So just to help others to run into the same trouble: Quickr (Domino) currently is only supported with Windows Server 32-bit.

Windows Server 64-bit currently not supported with Quickr (Domino)
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2 thoughts on “Windows Server 64-bit currently not supported with Quickr (Domino)

  • 11.02.2009 at 12:44

    Hi Michael

    Wow, I didn’t realise that either!

    Can I ask – is/was the client running Domino 64 bit or 32 bit?

    We’ve got Quickr running perfect on Win2003 64 bit, Domino 32 bit


  • 11.02.2009 at 13:08

    Hello Mark,

    the client was running Domino 32-bit. So, fine that it is running for you. But be aware that there might be some strange things happening. The discolored buttons which we e.g. have seen here are documented in this article.


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