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The IntelliTrace Launcher is an easy to use interface for launching desktop applications or system services (e.g. via TopShelf) in conjunction with the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector.  The IntelliTrace Standalone Collector is used to gather IntelliTrace events and other debugging information about computers that don't have Visual Studio installed (e.g. within staging or production  environments).

The IntelliTrace Standalone Collector is a great tool but it can sometimes be cumbersome to use. It's not ideal for giving to customers or other stakeholders as most end users aren't comfortable with command line tools. The IntelliTrace Launcher helps to alleviate some of that pain. It creates different log files for each session and also works with the IntelliTrace Collection Plan Configurator so you can easily set what information and how much of it you want to collect during a given session.


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1. IntelliTrace Standalone Collector tool required for recording the data file.
2. Visual Studio Ultimate 2012 or Visual Studio Ultimate 2013 required for reading back the data file.
3. IntelliTrace Collection Plan Configurator for creating custom configurations (recommended).
4. Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 for the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector.
5. Microsoft .NET Framework 4 for the IntelliTrace Launcher tool.


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1. Go to the Downloads page, there you can find the latest version of the binaries.
2. Unzip the launcher tool on the machine where you extracted the IntelliTrace folder.
3. Optionally configure your Collection Plan xml files using the IntelliTrace Configuration Plan Configurator.
4. Run the launcher tool and configure the IntelliTrace Standalone Collector location as well as the location of the application you wish to launch.
5. Launch your app and start gathering data.


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Last edited Feb 9, 2014 at 8:36 PM by PauloPolaco, version 9