Is it possible to run more than one QTP instance on one machine? Earlier when someone Sandboxiewould
ask this question, my answer was straight NO. Recently I got hold of this post on Lifehacker, a popular productivity blog. The post mentions two cool tools – Altiris SVS and Sandboxie – for virtualization.

I thought, if it can be used to run two Firefox profiles and to test new softwares in isolation with the PC environment, why can’t it be used to run multiple QTP instances?

Exercise For You: This time I am not going to try rather would request you to do so. Go through Sandboxie thoroughly. Download it. Install QTP instances and then please let me know through the comments below whether it is indeed possible to run two instances of QTP on same machine.

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