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The HTML results of all requests can be written to a disk file by selecting Save all HTML files. The filenames are built from the user number and the user’s click and request number. Note: Use with caution, this option can use a lot of CPU resources on the test client.
The Link-Checker stores all unique URLs from all requested HTML pages during the test run and tests all these URLs for broken links after the stress/load test is finished. The results can be found in the log files.
On slow client machines it might help to enable Hide Stress Tool Window to squeeze out a little more testing power (mainly because it makes sure no CPU cycles are used for screen updates.