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Remote Execution of Test Cases

Hello , 

We are trying to remotely execute the test cases where the source machine is on a workgroup network and the UFT is running on a different network. 

Currently, we are getting an error Test Run Scheduler failed to start test(s) run

Source Machine: Windows Server

Remote Machine: Windows 7

Note that when we try to run this remote execution on the same network its working fine.

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Did you run the tests through ALM ?


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Yes. From the source machine (corp domain) we gave the host name of the remote machine (workgroup domain) and tried to execute the test cases.

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Your remote execution could be failing due to many reasons. Just listing out a few here -

1. UFT is installed on target machine and you have admin rights to that machine

2. Make sure this checkbox is enabled in UFT settings - Allow other HP products to run tests and components

3. Install and enable ALM add-in on  UFT machine


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