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    Test Director 7.6 installation

    Hi all,
    I am trying to install TD 7.6 but I am getting an error message "bad user/password", when I am trying to create a user and password.Can any one please let me know why I am facing this problem.I am installing it on windows XP with IIS.
    Thanks!


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    Re: Test Director 7.6 installation

    I'm facing thesame type of problem.Whats the problem with this software?


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    Re: Test Director 7.6 installation

    No idea.If you find any solution please let me know.
    Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sane_rt View Post
    Hi all,
    I am trying to install TD 7.6 but I am getting an error message "bad user/password", when I am trying to create a user and password.Can any one please let me know why I am facing this problem.I am installing it on windows XP with IIS.
    Thanks!
    Did you find the answer? If yes.. Can you share with me. Thanks

    Last edited by jainbrijesh; 05-23-2007 at 03:53 AM.

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    Re: Test Director 7.6 installation

    Quote Originally Posted by sane_rt View Post
    Hi all,
    I am trying to install TD 7.6 but I am getting an error message "bad user/password", when I am trying to create a user and password.Can any one please let me know why I am facing this problem.I am installing it on windows XP with IIS.
    Thanks!
    I was having the same problem (with TD 7.6 and TD 8.0 and XP pro). I then used an old laptop, installed Windows 2003 Server (evaluation version) and then installed TD 8.0. It installed perfectly (almost).
    Because TD uses your browser (IE 6 in my case), I have to be physically connected to the internet for it to work, even though everything is on my Laptop.
    In terms of the original problem, I suspect it has to do with TD being Client/Server software and maybe this can't be resolved on a stand-alone Windows XP machine. In normal corporate use, the administrative stuff sits on a server and "users" (clients) download a client-based version of TD and connect to it.


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