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IE8, QTP10, Win7 and User Access Control (UAC)
So as described in a few posts (eg this one) one way to get QTP10 working with Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) when running on Windows 7 is to turn off User Access Control (UAC). However, our desktop team / security guys are not real happy with this a solution. [img]/images/graemlins/frown.gif[/img]
So does anyone know what you can do to get QTP working with IE8 without turning off UAC?
Is there some way of telling Windows 7 that you trust QTP to do stuff in your browser?
I have a HP ticket on this but so far they don't have a solution. So I thought I would go to a better source of help like the wonderfull SQA forums [img]/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
Re: IE8, QTP10, Win7 and User Access Control (UAC)
Without luck, I've NO chance to try QTP10+Win7.
I remember that you could trust specified app in UAC but NOT sure whether it could work even UAC trusts the QTP.
And maybe using the recovery scenario to pass the UAC dialogs could work...
Another solution is: do it in a testing machine and tell your Security guys that it's a testing machine, so don't need UAC...