Start NeoLoad in administrator mode

On Windows

By default, the NeoLoad Controller on Windows is started in non-privileged mode (as a normal user, not administrator).

In non-privileged mode, some NeoLoad functions are unavailable:

On OS X

By default, NeoLoad is started as a normal user with OS X.

As a normal user, some NeoLoad functions are unavailable:

Activating these functions is considered advanced usage and requires running NeoLoad as the "root" user.

When NeoLoad is run on OS X as root, preferences, logs files, and project files are specific to the "root" user and separate from the currently logged-in user. Any projects saved as the root user are readable by normal users but cannot be modified.