NeoLoad 6.3 can be started in non-privileged mode with Windows. This is useful when the NeoLoad 6.3 user is not the administrator of the Controller machine. To open the graphical interface of NeoLoad 6.3 in non-privileged mode, it is necessary to double-click the file
When started in non-privileged mode, NeoLoad 6.3 displays a message box to warn that some NeoLoad 6.3 functions are unavailable:
By default, NeoLoad 6.3 is started as a normal user with OS X.
As a normal user, some NeoLoad functions are unavailable:
Activating these functions is considered advanced usage and requires running NeoLoad as the "root" user.
When NeoLoad is run on OS X as root, preferences, logs files, and project files are specific to the "root" user and separate from the currently logged-in user. Any projects saved as the root user are readable by normal users but cannot be modified.