Windows Server 2003
|Recommended||1024 x 768 or higher-resolution display|
|Supported||Internet Explorer 9, 10 & 11; Chrome, Firefox and Safari latest versions|
Test Studio R3 2015 (Expected to be released in the end of the year) ends support for Visual Studio 2010. The Visual Studio plugin in the upcoming Test Studio R2 2015 release will be the last one that supports VS 2010.
The R2 2014 release of Test Studio was the last official release that supports Microsoft Windows XP. Please note that Test Studio Runtime Edition will continue to be fully supported on systems running Windows XP.
- User Account Control Settings set to 'Never Notify'
- Internet Explorer 11 (IE9 & 10 are also supported, see IE Microsoft support lifecycle here)
- Chrome latest version
- FireFox latest version
- Safari latest version (5.1.7)
IDE: Visual Studio 2013, Visual Studio 2012, Visual Studio 2010 Professional, or Visual Studio Team Edition. Test Studio drops support of Visual Studio 2010 in the end of 2015.
Ultimate, Premium, and Professional editions allow extensions/plugins and are compatible
You must run Visual Studio as Administrator
- Microsoft Office installation or Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 (x86 redistributable).
- Local System account must have the DBCreator server-level role in SQL.
Windows Vista or above to run Load Tests
SQL Server or SQL Express (2008 or above) installed on reporter.
Standalone version on a machine without Visual Studio:
Team Explorer VS plugin:
Visual Studio has built-in TFS integration.
If executing via MSTest
Visual Studio (see above requirements) with VS plugin, or
MSTest.exe installed on agent and controller
Test Studio Runtime or above installed on agent
If executing via ArtOfTest.Runner
- Operating systems and web browsers in the beta stage are not supported.