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How to add new Extension into TrueClient Chrome

Hi!
I successfully installed a third-party plugin in the chromium loadrunner
by running LoadRunner\bin\chrome\chrome.exe
It work correctly.

But when i run the script in development mode, this plugin is not visible.
As I understand, all plugins in this mode are downloaded from the directory
LoadRunner\dat\TCChrome\Extension\

How can I install the plugin correctly?

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Re: How to add new Extension into TrueClient Chrome

Hi

By design, TruClient does not support installation of plugins on the browsers it deliveres in its installation.

I'd advise you to not use such configuration as it will not be supported if things go wrong.

Hope this helps,

Lior

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Re: How to add new Extension into TrueClient Chrome

Lior, ta!

sadness...
I have a strict need to use a crypto plugin
In any case, I already use a workaround solution

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Re: How to add new Extension into TrueClient Chrome

Hi Sergey,

glad to hear you worked out a solution and sorry for sadness... 🙂

Cheers,

Lior

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Re: How to add new Extension into TrueClient Chrome

Hi Can you please tell me what alternative you found with the chrome extension. Now I have a scenario where I have to have a chrome extension to launch the application. Any help will be really appreciated.

Thanks,

Nagesh

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