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    Trial LoadRunner with MicroFocus

    I am downloading LoadRunner from MicroFocus.
    I launched it and get a screen asking for the trial license.
    How do I get a trial license?
    How do I communicate with MicroFocus?
    I included a copy of the window that is asking for the trial key.
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    I spoke with MF Support.
    They said that their system automatically transmits an email with the trial key. I tried on two machines and did not receive an e-mail. I looked in junk e-mail box. They said that they could not assist me further.
    Any ideas?
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    Kevin
    When in Florida, Don't Tampa with the code. I made this up.

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    1.
    You don't need a trial license for LoadRunner.
    You want to use the Community License, which gives you 50vu for free, forever.
    It should be an option when you install.

    It won't allow you to generate 'real load', but it's enough to learn to use the tool and do some simple 'in-pipeline' performance checking.

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    The screenshot you've attached isn't asking for a license.
    It's asking for a certificate to use when testing across SSL.
    Not the same thing.

    What is certificate authority (CA)? - Definition from WhatIs.com
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    Alex
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    Alex,
    My co-worker also noticed that it was not asking for the key and it was a certificate.
    Once I got past that screen LR let me keep working.
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    Kevin
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