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HP LoadRunner 12.0.2 controller got "IPC connection to browser process is lost" erorr message

When we used TruClient For IE to record my application, this script would be replayed  as well.

But when we move it into controller and run it on each remote host, controller's console would show me message below.

t=00004307ms: Error -205177:  IPC connection to browser process is lost    [MsgId: MERR-205177]

 

My environment:

Controller:

 

Windows 2012 R2

Loadrunner 12.0.2

Windows firewall : domain: off

 

load generator:

 

Window 2008 R2

Windows firewall : domain: off

 

 

Could you tell me how to fix this issue?

 

elvis fan

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Re: HP LoadRunner 12.0.2 controller got "IPC connection to browser process is lost" erorr

1. Please uninstall the following Microsoft updates: KB3049563  KB3038314

2. Contact HP support to get a patch compatible with these updates (to allow re-installing them)

 

Regards,

Shlomi

 

 

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Re: HP LoadRunner 12.0.2 controller got "IPC connection to browser process is lost" erorr

I have tried option 1 and it still isn't working.

Because our license is from SAP, we don't know our service contract.

So I cannot to ask HP Support to give me patchs.

Could you give me directly address to download it?

 

 

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