my problem seems to be a bit special but first of all the specs of my test environment:
Ranorex version: 7.1
OS: Windows Server 2012 R2
Device: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
Device OS: Android 6.0.1
Rx Service App version: 1.8.9
Ranorex Studio is running on my remote test server (Windows Server 2012) and I want to access the Samsung device via IP and using the port 4444. So my admins created a separate WLAN just for all the test devices, they also affirmed me that they were able to access the device from my test server. However, I'm not able to access the device via Ranorex (creating an endpoint) by just committing the device name and IP address.
1. The device can not be found automatically by Ranorex itself
2. If I'm creating an endpoint manually (device name and IP address), I'm just getting error messages but unfortunately no further information
I've tried commands like
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RemoteServiceLocator.Service.GetByDisplayName("XYZ").Reconnect(); RemoteServiceLocator.Service.GetByDisplayName("XYZ").WaitFor(ChannelState.DeviceConnected); RemoteServiceLocator.Service.GetByDisplayName("XYZ").WaitFor(ChannelState.Connected);
My suggestion is that I have to commit the port as well, but Ranorex is not accepting inputs like 123.456.789.000:4444 when I want to create an endpoint.
Any ideas or workarounds how to solve this problem?