Thank you for downloading a Mercury evaluation product. As an evaluation customer we want to ensure your expectations are met. Although our award-winning support team is not available for evaluation product trials, our Systems Engineering team will respond to your request within 3 business days.
- In the US, please call 1-800-837-8911 and ask to be transferred to the CSD team.
- For outside of the US, please contact the sales department for your region and you will be put in contact with the appropriate person.
Environment: Windows XP, Windows 2000, or Windows Server 2003
Applications: Web, ActiveX, Visual Basic, and Windows/Win32 applications
- **Important Note:
- Download if you are ONLY testing these applications.
- These add-ins only work with QTP 8.2 or higher, they will not work with earlier version of QTP.
- Download QuickTest Professional.
- Open the zip file, then extract the contents to a directory of your choice.
- Go to the directory where you unzipped to, and run the program "setup.exe".
- Follow the instructions on your screen.
- If you are asked for a maintenance number, enter 8888-8888888888.
How to Purchase
Your software comes with a 14-day trial license. The trial period starts once you install the product. At any time during or after the trial period, you can contact Mercury to purchase a permanent license key. Contact us at http://mercury.com/contact.
For Technical Support during your evaluation please contact your Sales Engineer. In the US, call 1-800-837-8911. If you are unsure who this is then please contact the sales phone line of your regional office (http://www.mercury.com/contact) and you will be put in contact with the appropriate person.
Read this before you install your Free Mercury Product Trial.
In some cases, Symantec Anti-Virus scan will falsely classify a file used in some Mercury products as a virus. Mercury software is free of viruses and is completely safe to use. You should not quarantine or remove the file; instead, you should download the latest virus definition from Symantec.
Symantec Anti-Virus definition file from Jan 31, 2005 version .17 displayed a file named "regtlb.exe" as the W32.Randex virus. This is a Mercury file which is used in many of our products. If Symantec Anti-Virus quarantines or removes the file, Mercury's software will not function correctly. Please download the latest definition file from Symantec at http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/download.html. Following an installation of the new definition file, the "regtlb.exe" file will no longer come up as a virus.