I am using HTTP load to test an intranet web server. Recording and running 1 virtual user are ok. But when I tried two virtual users, I am just blocked by company's network including intranet access and email (internet still ok).
I need to call service desk to unlock my account every time it happens. According to service desk, there is no such limitation on company intranet access and neither my testing server (IIS). How can I solve this issue?
It has to be something specific to your network, because we have not heard of such a problem before. I recommend that you discuss this question with your system administrator and the person who "unlocks" your account (sorry, I'm not sure I understand what the "lock"/"unlock" means in this case) - if the person can unlock your account, he/she should possibly know why an account can be locked. For example, this behavior can be caused by some hardware which prevents a user from sending too many requests in order to avoid collisions in your network (so, it can be related to your network architecture). Finding out how exactly your account is "unlocked" can help you narrow down the layer of your network which is responbile for this behavior.