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Why when selecting Run Once on a folder with multiple executions does SilkCentral TestManager assign the execution to the user starting the execution, instead of the users specified in Deployment tab?

Why when selecting Run Once on a folder with multiple executions does SilkCentral TestManager assign the execution to the user starting the execution, instead of the users specified in Deployment tab?

Problem:

Why when selecting Run Once on a folder with multiple executions does SilkCentral TestManager assign the execution to the user starting the execution, instead of the users specified in Deployment tab?

Resolution:

QUESTION
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Why when selecting Run Once on a folder with multiple executions does SilkCentral TestManager assign the execution to the user starting the execution, instead of the users specified in Deployment tab?

ANSWER
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When you choose the Run Once command on a folder, any included manual tests must be executed by the testers who have been assigned to this folder (Deployment tab).

For folder execution, deployment settings of the folder are relevant, the operating user is taken, if nothing is defined in the folder deployment.

Old KB# 24467

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