Additional components and applications
Various additional components are available, providing advanced features for working with VuGen. You can also install additional standalone applications.
Setup files are located in the Additional Components folder inside the root folder of your VuGen installation package.
The table below indicates which additional components are available, and where you should install each component:
Installs the Citrix agent, which enhances VuGen’s capabilities in identifying Citrix client objects during Citrix protocol record and replay. For installation instructions, see
The agent also enables you to use additional Citrix API functions. For details, see the Function Reference.
|Agent for Microsoft Terminal Server||SetupMSTerminalAgent.exe||Installs a utility that enhances the RDP protocol’s recording mechanism in VuGen. For installation instructions, see Installing the Microsoft Terminal Server Agent.||RDP server|
|Assembly Crawler for Analysis API||AssemblyCrawlerConsole.exe||Installs a command-line utility to build a .NET configuration file for an Analysis API application. For more information, see the Analysis API Reference, available from the Download Help Centers page.||Analysis machine|
Opens the Host ID Generator tool, that displays the computer’s host ID. This is useful when requesting a license, and for use in scripts.
Tip: You can also generate the Host ID from the command line, by running licgencli.exe.
For details, see the the Network Virtualization for LoadRunner Help .
|Controller, VuGen, and load generator machines|
Installs add-ins for supported versions of Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, or Visual Studio, enabling you to create Vuser scripts in your standard development environment using the LoadRunner API. This integration also allows you to run the test directly from the IDE environment, to test its functionality.
For details on Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA, see
For details on Visual Studio, see Create and view Vuser Scripts in Visual Studio.
|Visual Studio/ Eclipse/ IntelliJ machine with VuGen|
|IDE Add-Ins Dev||
Setup files for developer add-ins for supported versions of Visual Studio and Eclipse, enabling you to create NUnit or JUnit tests in your standard development environment using the LoadRunner API.
|Visual Studio or Eclipse machine with VuGen|
Allows you to create and distribute custom LoadRunner Professional protocols.
|Any machine with Virtual Studio 2015 and WiX Toolset 3.10.3 - 3.11|
||VuGen machine with SAPGUI client|
|Third Parties||Source files||The folder contains the source code of some third party software components which are being used in LoadRunner Professional.||N/A|
|Virtual Table Server||SetupVTS.exe||
Virtual Table Server (VTS) offers an alternative to standard LoadRunner Professional parameterization.
The following LoadRunner Professional standalone applications are available in your LoadRunner Professional installation package's /Standalone Applications folder.
Installs Analysis as a standalone application. Install this to open LoadRunner Professional results and create graphs and reports on a separate machine. For details, see
Installs a load generator on a Windows machine, in order to run load tests. After you install this software, you access this machine from Controller. For details, see
Installs the MI Listener, which servers as a router between Controller and the LoadRunner Agent. For details, see
|Monitors Over Firewall||SetupMoFW.exe||
Installs the Monitors Over Firewall component, allowing you to monitor servers located over a firewall. For details, see
Installs Virtual User Generator (VuGen) as a standalone application, allowing you to create scripts for a load test.