Some settings in Internet Explorer must be set correctly to
ensure that TestArchitect can properly conduct automated
tests within the browser.
To configure the browser settings, carry out the following steps:
Within Internet Explorer, click .
In the Internet Options dialog box, click the
First, enable Active Content by doing the following:
In the Settings panel of the
Advanced tab, scroll down to the
Select the Allow active content to run in files on My
computer check box.
With Internet Explorer version 10 or 11 running on the
Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 platform,
the following additional configurations must be set:
- Third-party extensions option enabled, and
- Enhanced Protected Mode disabled.
Note: TestArchitect comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions; the same is true for Internet
Explorer. If your TestArchitect bit-width does not match your
Internet Explorer bit-width, Internet Explorer will not load
TestArchitect Automation Agent. You can bypass this problem,
however, by simply disabling Internet Explorer’s Enhanced
Protected Mode security feature. For example, you can
use TestArchitect 64-bit to test applications running on Internet
Enable the third-party extensions option:
- On the same tab (Advanced), scroll to the
- Select the Enable third-party browser
extensions check box.
Disable Enhanced Protected Mode:
- In the same Settings panel, scroll to the
- Clear the Enable Enhanced Protected Mode
Click OK to save your changes.
Restart your computer to ensure that the changes take effect.