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QCClient installation - IE cannot display the page error

hi All,

 

I'm trying to install QCClient in Win7 machine. It is throwing an error IE cannot display the webpage. I can able to work on QC in server machine.

 

what is the url we can pass and open or install the QC in client machine.

 

regards,

Baba

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Andrey_L Absent Member.
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Re: QCClient installation - IE cannot display the page error

Hi,

To access to QC server you need open IE 'as administrator', then open link http://<server_name>:<port>/qcbin/ , by default, QC using port 8080

BTW, make sure that firewall configuration on server can give you possibility to access on appropriate page

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Re: QCClient installation - IE cannot display the page error

Hello Baba,

The URL to access QC in win7 and XP is always the same. By default it is http://<server_name>:<port>/qcbin/.

If JBOSS is the web server then the default port number is 8080.080

Ensure that the

1. User Account Control(UAC) is disable the on the machine.
2. Add QC URL in the IE browser's exception list.
3. The firewall configuration on server can give you possibility to access on appropriate page.

Thanks,
Alok
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