You can use the
Remote Locations dialog box to add any browsers and mobile devices on a remote location to the set of applications that you can test.
Remote Locations dialog box appears.
To add an additional remote location, perform the following actions:
Click on the arrow to the right of
Add Location to specify whether you want to add a remote location which is using the
Silk Test Information Service, or
Note: You can only configure one
Silk Central as a remote location. If you have already configured the integration with
Silk Central is listed in the remote locations list.
Add Location. The
Add Location dialog box appears.
Type the URL of the remote location and the port through which
Silk Test Workbench connects to the information service on the remote machine into the
The default port is
Optional: Edit the name of the remote location in the
To edit an existing remote location, click
To remove a remote location, click
Optional: To reduce the amount of browsers and devices in the
Select Application dialog, click
Do not show devices and browsers from this location.
The installed browsers and connected devices of the remote location will no longer be displayed in the
Select Application dialog. By default, all installed browsers and connected devices of all remote locations are displayed in the
Select Application dialog.
When you have added a remote location, the browsers that are installed on the remote location, including
Apple Safari on a Mac, are available in the
Web tab of the
Select Application dialog box, and the mobile devices that are connected to the remote location are available in the
Mobile tab of the
Select Application dialog box.