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How to record a multi Protocol script using TruClient Ajax - IE and Citrix-ICA protocols in LR 12.00

Threre is one application. First we need to open web url to login to the Citrix storefront by Citrix reciever. After we logging into the Citrix store front, from there we need to launch few applications like notepad and mspaint.

After logging into the Citrix storefront thorugh web URL we need to open Windows 2008 R2 GPD and Windows 2012 R2 GPD. After connecting to the Window GPD's, from there again we need to launch few applications like notepad and mspaint.

I thought of doing it using multiprotocol  (TruClient and Citrix). but in multi protocol list TruClient is not there.

Anybody have any idea how to create a script for this scenario using multiprotocol.

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Re: How to record a multi Protocol script using TruClient Ajax - IE and Citrix-ICA protocols in LR 1

Hi,

TruClient does not support multi protocol combination.

You mentioned that you login through Citrix ICA web front. Why TruClient cannot handle that without Citrix protocol?

Also, after launching a few applications do you invoke a browser? and if you do where it is being invoked, on the remote machine?

I am trying to understand why it cannot be addressed by one of the protocols. What "forces" the need in the combination

Regards,

Shlomi

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