HPE Unified Functional Testing

Software Version: 14.00


Document Release Date: January 2017

Software Release Date: January 2017

The most updated version of this Readme is located here.

For a list of new features, see the UFT What's New.

Check the online Help Center for the most recent documentation updates.

This file provides the following information about UFT 14.00:

Getting Started

Before installing / upgrading

Before installing or upgrading, refer to the Unified Functional Testing Installation Guide, online or locally.

  • Ensure that you have required permissions as listed, and review any known issues with installation or licenses.
  • If you are installing in an enterprise environment or are upgrading, review the relevant topics for specific steps that may apply to you.

For information about LeanFT, see the LeanFT Help Center and Readme.

Mobile Center For information about Mobile Center, see the Mobile Center Help and Readme.

System Requirements and Supported Environments

Refer to the updated Readme for the most updated system requirements list.

For a complete list of all supported operating systems, browsers, and development environments, see the Product Availability Matrix .

  Minimum * Recommended **
Computer Processor

Dual-core CPUs or better, for example, AMD Phenom II X2 and Intel Core Duo

Intel® Core™ i3 Processor or Phenom II X3

Operating System Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit or 64-bit) Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (32-bit or 64-bit)

Minimum of 2 GB when no more than three add-ins are loaded simultaneously

  • An additional 512 MB of RAM are required when using a virtual machine.

  • Additional memory is required when loading more add-ins and when using the Save movie to results option to capture movies during run sessions.

4 GB or more of RAM

Hard Disk Drive 5400 RPM 7200 RPM or faster
Color Settings High Color (16 bit) High Color (32 bit)
Screen Resolution 1024 X 768  
Graphics Card Graphics card with 64 MB video memory Graphics card with 64 MB or more video memory
Free Hard Disk Space

2 GB of free disk space for application files and folders

You must also have an additional 1 GB of free disk space on the system disk (the disk on which the operating system is installed).

20 GB of free disk space for application files and folders

You must also have an additional 1 GB of free disk space on the system disk (the disk on which the operating system is installed).

Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 Microsoft Internet Explorer 11.0
Prerequisite Software Requirements

If you do not have these programs installed, UFT prompts you at the beginning of the installation to install them.


When testing Safari on Mac, you must install the UFT Connection Agent.

There are no additional hardware requirements.

* Your computer must meet these requirements to successfully install and run UFT.

** Performance may be improved by using systems with these stronger/later setups.

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Comodo code signing certificate

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In accordance with best practices, and to ensure integrity and authenticity, we sign the code binaries delivered to our customers. To do this, we use an HPE code signing certificate issued by a known certificate authority (CA).  

Until now, that CA was Verisign. To enhance our business capabilities, we are soon moving to a new certificate issued by Comodo.  

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The Comodo Root Certificate was added to this list a few years ago and is distributed via Windows updates. However, on computers with older versions of Windows, or without automatic Windows updates, Comodo may not be included as a trusted root certificate.

In such cases, we recommend manually configuring Comodo as a trusted root certificate. For details about Microsoft trust list distribution and configuration, see:  

This HPE Software code signing change begins on January 1, 2017. We encourage all digital certificate owners currently trusted by Microsoft to review the list of trusted providers, and take action as necessary in advance.

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