Selenium Integration test steps let you import test scripts for web-based user interfaces from Selenium Builder to DevTest Solutions. Recording these test scripts requires Selenium Builder, which is only supported in Firefox. After you import the test to DevTest, you can run the test in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, or Internet Explorer. You can also run the test in either a local or remote browser.
While staging a selenium test we are unable to view the browser or screenshot in Reports to validate the execution. How we can achieve this?
On the remote machine if your version of Firefox happens to be 64-bit it is installed in "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox" folder, so in order for DevTest to find it, it needs to be in the %PATH%. If it was 32-bit, it would be installed in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox".
Update the PATH System Environment variable to have the folder of where your IE and Chrome drivers are on the remote machine in the PATH. Have them match the same location a defined in the Project config file. C:\Projects\Drivers.
Selenium requires interactivity with the desktop, so the only way you can run your Selenium test against a Simulator Service is to run it headless (browser runs in the background and will not interact with user).
On the Simulator Service, update the Properties, chose the Log On tab, Check the "Allow the service to interact with desktop" box, but to do this you will need to use a Local System as Logon. Restart the Simulator Service.
This will allow to run your Selenium test against the remote Simulator service.
You can view the screenshots in the DevTest Portal under the Monitor Test section.