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Vgen/Citrix:Multiprotocol Support

Hi,
Can some body help me in understanding multiprotocol record using loadruner.
1) Do I need to have seperate CITRIX ICA client, right now I have CITRIX client only.
2) Does loadrunner agent is required on citrix server.
3) Does windows user should have all the admin ritghs to create / run tests.




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Re: Vgen/Citrix:Multiprotocol Support

Spend some time and read the Vugen protocol user guide.all your questions are covered in that.
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Re: Vgen/Citrix:Multiprotocol Support

Hi,

Multiprotocol recording is a technology of recording when resulted script contains functions for both protocol.
1) You should install Citrix ICA client on LG machine.
2) LoadRunner agent gives you more functionality of synchronization (and access to element's properties, e.g. button). It is not necessary to have it on the server.
3) Yes.

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Re: Vgen/Citrix:Multiprotocol Support

Hi,

Thanks for your reply.

I want to understand about citrix client.

I have citrix client installed on my system (LG) details can found in the attached file,
Is this same as CITRIX ICA Client ??

Please find the attached file for CITRIX Client details.

Regards,
Raghavendra
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Re: Vgen/Citrix:Multiprotocol Support

Yes, this is Citrix ICA client.
But if you have LR version less than 11.0 I recommend to use Citrix ICA client version less than 11.0 (e.g 10.0).
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