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How to execute yaml files command line on Windows server

I try to execute a yaml file (which overrides an existing scenario) with commandline on a Windows Server 2012.
I got always the error that there is no loaded project.
However I can open the project manually in NeoLoad GUI without any problem and run the scenario manually.

I have used exactly the same yaml file & command line instruction on Windows 10 and there no issue at all. NeoLoad GUI is launched and the scenario is executed.

When I look in the log files on the Windows Server, I see only an error that the agent is not registered (but I don't have a clue why).

Is this permissions related?

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@Neil W.

I removed Java 11 from the path system variable but still the same error. Any other idea why this is not working on my Windows Server?

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Hi Neil,

I adapted the JAVE_HOME & PATH variable to point to the java in the NeoLoad bin folder. First time it didn't work neither until I tried to run another yaml file which was successful. After that test, I ran my initial test again and now it works!!

I'm very grateful for your help and hinting me in the right direction! Much appreciated as I was chewing for a couple of hours on this problem :-)