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QTP/UFT support tip: How to get and install a Remote commuter license.

There are some case where  a machine is not able to see the license server or the person who needs access to QTP/UFT is on a travel and is not able to access the company network, for those cases you can request a remote commuter license and install this key as a seat license from the QTP /UFT machine.


  1. Make sure your computer (out of the network) has QuickTest Professional installed.


2.  Run the WRCommute.exe utility (located in <QuickTest Professional>\bin) and generate a locking code string for the current machine.



3.Send this locking code to the person with access to the License Server network.


4. This person should run WCommute.exe (located in <QuickTest Professional>\bin) of the computer connected to the License Server network.




5.Click on Check out and paste the locking code generated in the remote machine. And then click on OK





 6.   Type the name of the file where you want to save your license or the email to send it and click on OK, then a file will be generated. This file is the file that you are going to use in your remote machine.




   7.  Now, in the remote machine, open the WRCommuter.exe and select the “Install Remote Authorization Code” tab.


   8.  Then type the remote authorization code or select the file generated in the step  #6




   9.  Then click on Install and the new license code is installed on your remote computer.



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