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To limit access to a host machine

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LoadRunner Controller User's Guide (Windows)
Chapter 9, page 153
To limit access to a host machine:
You can limit access to a host by creating a list of authorized machines in the host's
Remote Command Launcher (right-click menu). Only machines which appear on
the list are authorized to launch applications on the host.
1
Make sure that the Remote Command Launcher (rmcdl.exe) is active on the host
machine.
2
Select Edit Permissions from the Remote Command Launcher's right-click menu.
The host list opens in Notepad.
3
Create or update the list of machines which are authorized to access this host.
Place each machine name on a separate line.
4
Close the Notepad file.
5
To save the permissions list, select Update Permissions from the Remote
Command Launcher's right-click menu.