You can use Microsoft Accessibility (Accessibility) to ease the recognition of objects at the class level. There are several objects in Internet Explorer and in Microsoft applications that Silk Test Workbench can better recognize if you enable Accessibility. For example, without enabling Accessibility Silk Test Workbench records only basic information about the menu bar in Microsoft Word and the tabs that appear. However, with Accessibility enabled, Silk Test Workbench fully recognizes those objects.
When you start a project in Silk Test Workbench and record locators against the DirectUIHwnd popup, with accessibility disabled, you will see only a single control. If you enable Accessibility you will get full recognition of the DirectUIHwnd control.