Pacerier Absent Member.
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How can we run multiple versions of Loadrunner on one computer?

 

I need to work with both Vugen 11.0 scripts and Vugen 12.0 scripts. Currently I'm doing this using two computers because the installation doesn't allow us to install one without first uninstalling the other.

 

What configurations do we need to do to be able to install both on the same computer?

 

 

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GalShadeck Absent Member.
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Re: How can we run multiple versions of Loadrunner on one computer?

Hi,

Such configuration is not supported, i suggest using virtual machines.

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Re: How can we run multiple versions of Loadrunner on one computer?


GalShadeck wrote:

Such configuration is not supported, i suggest using virtual machines.


I know that they are not supported officially by HP.

 

But surely there's some easy registry tricks we can apply to enable such a setup isn't it?

 

Virtual machines would be a last resort.... they are extremely clunky and heavy-weight. Indeed, remote connection to another computer would even be faster than the "connection" to the local virtual machine.

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GalShadeck Absent Member.
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Re: How can we run multiple versions of Loadrunner on one computer?

As an HP employee, I have no intention to advise you on the ways to work around our own restrictions 🙂

Try googling it.

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