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Virtual User Generator 2021: Installing the latest version

Hi DavidofOSI,

I disabled UAC but the system did not allow me to disable the DEP; see attached screen shots.  In order to disable the DEP I executed the following command as administrator:

BCDEDIT /SET {CURRENT} NX ALWAYSOFF

the system raised an error message: "the value is protected by Secure Boot policy and  cannot be modified or deleted"

Note: I believe that the SmartScreen, UAC, and DEP need to be disabled during installation of VuGen tool.  Is that a fair assumption?

Regards

 

 

 

by chi0_Lr_az  in LoadRunner Professional on 2021-02-24

 in LoadRunner Professional updated on 2021-02-24

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