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QTP/UFT support tip: Considerations working with Citrix

These are some considerations working with Citrix environments.

 

A) In order to be able to record and replay on an application in the Citrix environment, you need to have both Quick Test Professional and the application under testing (AUT) installed on the same machine (usually the server). 

B) If you will use VPN to get a connection on the Citrix environment you can't use NAT on the VPN connection and you have to use the port 5093 bidirectional

C) Also you have to install the license server software in a physical machine (different of the citrix server) because QTP only works with concurrent license under Citrix environments

D) Also If you are using Citrix session to run a test or component, do not minimize the session window, and make sure that the computer on which the application is being tested is not logged off or locked.

 

   For further details you can visit this KB Article:   What is the available support for Citrix?

 

Regards.

 

 

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