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normal where is the measured data of IE, PDF reader and other applications ?

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26 Dec 2013 03:26 #1562 by zj3323653
zj3323653 created the topic: where is the measured data of IE, PDF reader and other applications ?
in the test procedure, we can see the workload using Internet Explorer and Adobe PDF reader open some webpage and pdf file, but when the session finished , in the analyzer, i can't find their data, how can get these data ?

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26 Dec 2013 19:39 #1564 by d.geerlings
d.geerlings replied the topic: where is the measured data of IE, PDF reader and other applications ?
By default Login VSI measures the metrics needed to determine VSImax. If you want to log application start times then you need to check the Log application start times in the management console. Please note that this feature is only available with a PRO license.

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