Applies to TestLeft 2.50, last modified on April 10, 2018

Before you start testing your applications with TestLeft, you need to configure your system to allow TestLeft to access your tested applications. Also, you may need to specify TestLeft as a trusted application for your firewall or antivirus software.

This section describes the settings required to use TestLeft.

In This Section

Configuring Windows Firewall

Describes how to configure Windows Firewall to run tests on a local or remote computer.

Setting Privilege Level

Describes a needed privilege level and user permissions for creating and running tests with TestLeft.

Settings Specific for Windows 8 and Later Operating Systems

Describes how to configure Windows 8 and later operating systems before creating and running tests.

Settings Specific for Windows Server 2008 R2

Describes how to configure Windows Server 2008 R2 for creating and running tests with TestLeft.

Working With TestLeft Under User Accounts With Limited Privileges

Describes how to test applications if you run TestLeft under a user account with limited privileges.

Setting a Language for Non-Unicode Applications

Describes how to set a language for non-Unicode programs to test non-English applications.

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System Requirements

Make sure that the computer where you create and run tests meets the recommended system requirements.

See Also

Using TestLeft
System Requirements