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How to Start Exchange Load Generator

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-31

You can start Exchange Load Generator on the Start menu, from the user interface (LoadGenWin.exe), or from a command-line program (LoadGenCmd.exe).

To run Exchange Load Generator with the remote control feature enabled, you must use either the Start menu or the user interface. To use the load balancing feature with remote control, consider the following:

  • When you use the Start menu, you will need to include a LoadBalancing XML tag that you set to either true or false.

  • When you use the user interface, you will need to set a Remote logging level from the Remote configuration page.

For more information about how to use the load balancing feature, see How to Enable Remote Control.

  1. Click Start, and then click All Programs.

  2. Open Exchange Load Generator.

  3. Click Exchange Load Generator.

noteNote:
This procedure also starts the user interface version of Exchange Load Generator.

  1. Locate the folder in which you installed the Exchange Load Generator files. By default, this is the Exchange Load Generator directory on the system drive.

  2. Double-click LoadGenWin.exe for the graphical user interface version.

  1. Click Start, click Run, and then type cmd to open a Command Prompt window.

  2. Locate the folder in which you installed the Exchange Load Generator files. By default, this is the Exchange Load Generator directory on the system drive.

  3. At the command line, type LoadGenCmd.exe.

For more information about starting Exchange Load Generator at a command prompt, see Running Exchange Load Generator as a Command-Line Program.

 
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