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Loadrunner License

I am receiving an error in the Controller regarding the fact that I am exceeding the number of Vusers. I have a license set for 2500, but there is also the basic License of 50 on there. I only receive this error when I reach 50 vusers.

Is there a way to remove the basic License of 50, or a way to set to only use the License with 2500?

I could not find the REGEDT location of the Licenses. The License Utility says I have the 2500 activated, but I cannot run a load test with more than 50 vusers.

T6234AAE HP LRner Cntlr & Monitors SW E-LTU 1

TC967AAE HP LR Web/Mmed 100-499 VU SW E-LTU 100

TC964AAE HP LR Web/Mmed 500-4999 VU SW E-LTU 2.400

TB141AAE HP LR/PC Diag for Comp AppInst SW E-LTU 16

I am currently using LR 11.52. Any help would be great.

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Re: Loadrunner License

Hello,

I was checking the information provided, and I would like to know what is the protocol of the scripts that you are testing since I noticed that your licenses are Web&Multimedia.

Regards,

Regards,

Joel Aguilar Cerna
SW Support Technical Consultant
San Jose, Costa Rica
microfocus.com
Micro Focus

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