10-25-2010 09:16 AM
I installed the silent running Client Side MSI addin; however, this does not relsovle there issue. Is there anything else I can do?
10-25-2010 09:43 AM
I have also seen posts where the client side files are sent to the workstations via SMS or similar.
10-26-2010 12:49 AM
If it is just one computer then just login as a user with local admin rights and open QC link. If it not work. Then logout and login again and try it again. If it not work, restart and try it again :-)...
10-26-2010 06:47 AM
I have also Installed the QCClient.msi file. As far as I can tell it is installed correctly and functioning properly. I you have a recommendation on how I might test this. I would be happy to do so.
I have downloaded the QCExplorerAddIn.exe file to my the server which is hosting my production instance of QC10, however, I have not installed this as I wanted to make sure that I did not mess up the user experience for my IE6 users, but I need to correct the IE7 and above user experience for other users. As an added bonus, the users with IE7 are in UK and Asia. Right now, I have this file available for them to install on their individual pc. Accessable through a shared drive. However, most of these users are not administrative users on their machines and I suspect they will not have appropriate rights to install this file. Is that an accurate assessment?
10-26-2010 08:16 AM
Admin right is required, becasuse QC has to run some activeX and register few dll's & ocx.
If you have a huge QC set-up and feel this is limitation....I suggest you contact HP support. There is/should be a way to install .msi without admin previledges.
Support team can share the info, based on your requirement.
10-26-2010 09:45 AM
The new version HPQC 11 has as a new feature that you do not need the local administrator rights to install or use HPQC client. !!!
10-26-2010 01:03 PM