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Freeware (Free)
8.5 MB
Windows XP / Vista
Badboy Software(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
The Wave Test Manager system lets any computer in your organization become an "agent" for running Badboy Tests. Anybody can then run scripts on the agent computers via a centralized web interface called the "Test Manager".

The Test Manager queues and schedules Tests to run on the desired computers when they become available and emails results when they are finished.

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