- Install the Testdriver Admin Tool
- Import your license file
- Add benchmark products
- Add users and manage access
- Configure the Testdriver service
- Add endpoint systems
Before you start
Before you start to install Testdriver, make sure you have all of the following items.
Testdriver release package
Download the latest Testdriver release package. The download link is provided with your purchase. If you have misplaced the email with your link, please contact our sales team for assistance. The release package contains the Testdriver installer and the Testdriver Client installer.
Testdriver license file
The Testdriver license file includes the license keys for all the benchmark products you own. Your license file is provided with your purchase. If you have misplaced your file, please contact our sales team for assistance.
The download links for the UL benchmarks included with your license are provided with your purchase. If you have misplaced the email with your links, please contact our sales team for assistance.
Install the Testdriver Admin Tool
Testdriver requires one central system to run the service, host the database, and provide admin controls. This system is called the Testdriver Server. While this system is referred to as the server, it can be any Windows PC that meets the system requirements for Testdriver On-Premises Edition.
The first step for setting up the Testdriver Server is to install the Testdrive Admin Tool on the system that will be the Testdriver Server. Please see this page if you are updating Testdriver from a previous release.
After unzipping the Testdriver release package, run Testdriver-setup.version.exe to install the Testdriver Admin Tool and the Testdriver Database.
Testdriver creates a “Testdriver” -folder in the root of your system drive (e.g. C:\Testdriver . This folder contains your benchmark result database, log files, configuration files, and the benchmark installer files that are distributed to clients.
After the install is complete, tick the box that says "Launch Product" and click on Finish to launch the Testdriver Admin Tool. Alternatively, launch the Admin Tool from the Windows Start menu or its default location in C:\Program Files (x86)\UL\Testdriver\bin.