Yes, it is possible. It depends on the way you define the rUsers. To do so, follow the steps listed below:
1. Go to the "Manage Injectors" page and click the “Define rUsers” button in the menu bar. “Injector rUsers” form opens;
2. Open the drop down menu to select the rUser accounts type.
3. Choose "From CSV File" mode if your testing environment requires you use authenticated domain users.
Note: Be sure that the domain user accounts have been created on the Windows Server hosting the Injector prior to “Creating” rUsers with the Controller.
When "From CSV File" is chosen the "CSV File to Import" field will appear:
4. Click on the icon to import the CSV file containing the user accounts.
Note: A CSV (comma separated values) file containing username, password, and domain must be prepared in advance to create users in this mode.
CSV File Format
Create a CSV file (no header row, no spaces before/after commas) containing user names, passwords and domain. Dedicate a row to each user. Below is a sample CSV file:
Tip: CSV files can be created in Microsoft Excel - “Save as type” CSV (Comma Delimited) (*.csv) or with a word editor like Notepad – “Save as type” All Files (*.*) and add the .csv extension to file name.
Once you are done with defining the rUsers, click "Start rUsers". This process launches the rUserManager on the Injector and initiates the rUser logins.
Tip: We recommend that you start with one domain account at first, if it works well in the rUserManager, then start the others.