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How to simulate 30 simultaneous users

What's the best way to simulate 30 simultaneous web users without:

1. Asking our 30 favorite friends to participate
2. Opening 30 different browsers manually on my desktop.

Thanks in advance.

Mark
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Hi Mark,

In VS.NET enterprise "Microsoft Application Center Test" is included.
Thought I is possible to test your app with that tool.

Hope it helps.

Greets,

Gerben.

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What's the best way to simulate 30 simultaneous web users without:

1. Asking our 30 favorite friends to participate
2. Opening 30 different browsers manually on my desktop.

Thanks in advance.

Mark

Nov 18 '05 #2

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