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SiteScope is integrated to Loadrunner. Does this integrated SiteScope need  a SiteScope Server between the Loadrunner controller and the server to monitor? Or can I connect directly to a server to monitor (e.g. our applications apache server) without any other dedicated SiteScope server?

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Hi

SiteScope integration is LoadRunner is manifested by LoadRunner's ability to display the SiteScope UI and directing it to monitor specific servers.

To use this integration, you will need a SiteScope server up and running (SiteScope installation is in the "Additional Components" directory in the general installation folder).

You can always use the default windows monitors that are available in LoadRunner (using PerfMon).

Hope this helps,

Lior

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Hi

SiteScope integration is LoadRunner is manifested by LoadRunner's ability to display the SiteScope UI and directing it to monitor specific servers.

To use this integration, you will need a SiteScope server up and running (SiteScope installation is in the "Additional Components" directory in the general installation folder).

You can always use the default windows monitors that are available in LoadRunner (using PerfMon).

Hope this helps,

Lior

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