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Citrix scripts run in VuGen but time out on BPMs

I have some Citrix scripts that were deployed to BPMs and performed well.  Now for some reason they finally get initialized, are "running", but only end up in status of "Aborted (timed-out)".  Nothing is written to the workspace  / .. / res / bpm_mdrv.log nor the logfile.log

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@GTFC wrote:

FIXED

 

Ok, I fixed this. It relates to the Citrix registry patch.

 


 

Hello,

 

I am having the same problem. Can you specify what Citrix registry patch did you mean?

 

BR,

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The only way I remember seeing the prompt to apply the registry patch is when you run the script "by hand" on the BPM.

you need to login the BPM and start a "Command Prompt" windows "Run as administrator" (right click).

In the workspace directory drill down to the "res" directory under the script, e.g. D:\ProgramData\HP\BPM\workspace\agent1\Site1\MESGLB_______681e57aa96711525b2f91a4c207dc591_1\MESGLB_check\127_2\res

there you will find a file "cmdline.txt".  Copy all the text (one long line) and paste it in the CMD window and hit return.

When you need the registry fix, it will prompt you and ask if you want Loadrunner to do it.  Let it do it.

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