Test Studio Runtime edition is the component dedicated for test execution and intended for installation on build servers (for CI/CD configurations) or scheduling and execution servers (for Test Studio Scheduling configuration).
Start the installation file and follow the installation wizard.
Test Studio Run-time installation must be configured from a Windows Administrator account.
The first step is to read and agree to the Licensing terms of Test Studio.
The default installation of the Run-time edition includes the Test Studio Services - Scheduling, Storage and Executive Dashboard. These need to be installed on one of the machines dedicated for the Scheduling setup, which will act as a centralized Scheduling server and will control the communication between all machines in the configuration. If this is the particular machine, proceed by pressing the Install button.
Alternatively, in case the current machine will be only used as an Execution server, you can modify the installation of the Run-time edition and disable the Test Studio Services from the installation wizard by pressing the Customize button.
You can choose a single component not to be installed or disable multiple features not to be included in the installation.
In the Customize section you can also change the default installation folder if necessary.
Confirm the applied changes by pressing the OK button and check the list of enabled components. Proceed with installation by pressing the Install button.
Once the wizard is ready with the installation of the selected components, you can choose whether to start the Test Studio services Configuration Wizard (if these were installed). Alternatively, you can disable the check box and exit the installation wizard by pressing the Finish button.
The Run-time has no built-in functionality to check for updates and installing a newer version should be manually performed. You can login to your Telerik account and open the Downloads section. Or, you can use this link and download the latest available version in your account. Running the installation file will upgrade the existing version, if the product is already installed on the machine.