Press Windows + R to open the run window.
Enter taskschd.msc in the input box then click on OK.
From the task schedular Action menu select “New Folder” and Give the folder name “ACCELQ”.
Now, right-click on the “ACCELQ” folder in the left navigation menu and select “Create Task”.
In general tab, provide the scheduled job name and select the radio button for
“Run whether user logged on or not”
Open the “Triggers” tab and click on “New”
Select “At startup” in Begin Task dropdown and make sure the other options are set as the screenshot.
Open the “Action” tab and click on “New”
Provide ACCELQAgentDashboard.exe path in Program/Script, startup in Add Arguments, and the folder where ACCELQAgentDashboard.exe is present as a start in.
Now open the “Conditions” tab and uncheck “Start the task only if the computer is on AC power”
Open the “Settings” tab and uncheck “Stop the task if it runs longer than” and “If the running task does not end when request, force it to stop”
Click “OK” and provide the user/password with which user you want to execute the agent.
Now, click on the “Q” icon in the system tray and uncheck Autostart on startup
Again, click on the Q icon and click on “Quit”.
Now, go back to the task schedular and right-click on the newly created task
Click on “Run”
The status should say running and you should be able to open the dashboard from the browser.
Now search for ACCELQAgent and open it to open the browser to access the dashboard.
Additionally, if you are running ACCELQAgent as a scheduled task you should execute the jobs with the webdriver profile specifying “headless” and “window-size=<width>,<height>” as “args”.