The connection string specifies the remote desktop browser that is used for testing. When testing a web application in a remote browser, Silk Test Classic uses the connection string to connect to the remote location. The connection string is typically part of the application configuration. You can set the connection string when you configure the web application that you want to test. To change the connection string, you can use the Edit Application Configuration dialog box.
When testing a web application in a remote browser, the connection string includes only the host, which means the IP address or the host name of the remote machine, for example 10.0.0.1. To select the correct browser, Silk Test Classic uses the connection string in combination with the browser type, which you can also specify in the Edit Application Configuration dialog box.
The host name is case-insensitive.