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Security Alert window into a LR script

Hi;

How realize a LR script 9.52 without that the security alert window it displays when I replay the script ?
I must clicked several time on the button "OK" for that the LR script continues until the end.

Regards
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Re: Security Alert window into a LR script

Provide the necessary information or disable the Run-Time Viewer

This is a limitation of the Run-Time Viewer. When it occurs, try the following:

1. Set the Internet Explorer to not prompt for a Certificate. Here are the steps:
a. Go to Internet Explorer -> Tools > Internet Options -> Security tab
b. For the Local Intranet and Internet, do the following
i. Hit Custom Level
ii. Enable "Don't prompt for client certificate selection when no..."
c. Close the browser and run the script.

2. In VuGen, if still getting the popup windows:
a. Provide the necessary information when the ActiveScreen pops up, or
b. From the Runtime Viewer, go to Options and disable all the options listed
c. Disable the Runtime Viewer ( Tools -> General options -> Display -> and uncheck 'Show browser during replay' )

3. Disable thumbnail generation
i. Open the registry (Start -> run -> regedit)
ii. Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Mercury Interactive\LoadRunner\Vugen\Thumbnails
iii) Set the GenerateThumbs key to 0 (the default is 1)
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Re: Security Alert window into a LR script

OK but I use FireFoxe 3.6 for the load tests.
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