Test Case

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Version 2.1
Created on 24/10/2007 13:55:34  by Muralidharan Seshadri
Summary
Preconditions
Status:   New
Priority:   Medium
BASIC INFORMATION
Section:S/W Test Require attachment:No
Team:Network Group:Test Coverage
Lessons Learned:No Phase:SIV (BBFV), SIT
Locations:Inhouse: AWS and Cambridge, Inhouse: AWS, Inhouse: Cambridge, Compal, Flextronics, Quanta, Wistron Owned By:Eiji Ogata/LENOVO
Objective:To verify WANLite communication manager with all the supported WAN adapters
CRITERIA
All functions of WANLite should work.
No system malfunction or performance degradation
EUT QUANTITY
One system
EQUIPMENT
PA Networking facilities.
Critical Attribute:[0] : WLS - Wireless

CONFIGURATION
REFERENCE PROCEDURE
Features of WANlite:
  • Single application to support all mobile broadband service providers
  • Dynamic and easy customizable user interface screens to accommodate each service providers branding and message content
  • Provides activation and connect feature for CDMA and GSM cards
  • Installs at preload only on internal wwan systems
  • Provides for carrier branding, marketing, and promotion presentation
  • Future service provider can easily be supported without any preload update by patch update of data files using TVSU
  • Future function to help control activations to partner carriers
  • Meets TVT software & usability standards
  • Supports Windows XP and Vista
  • Supports multi-language and MUI compliant
  • Replaces current “Activation splash screen” application and client managers from service providers.
STATISTIC INFO
Operating System Win7- 64bit Win7- 32bit Total
Test Points
Duration
Workload
# Step actions Win7- 64bitWin7- 32bit
1 Installation Verification AA
2 Tab Verification AA
3 Power Management Verification AA
4 Event Viewer / LMBA Service Verification AA
5 SIM Security Function Verification AA
6 LMBA - Co-existance with other TVT applications AA
7 Global Switch/BIOS Verification AA
DETAILS
ATTENTION!! Please follow below information.
1. Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead, then arrange to open defect, if needed.

2. Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case).

3. All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled as Default (applicable on vPro enabled systems).

4. Please check Usability / Cosmetic issues (correct sentence/appropriate display/etc.) and open defect, if needed.


Note :
  1. Refer MBA specification before starting the test. Some of the GUI mentioned in the test case may not be available or new GUI may be available in the application. In such case, please inform LENOVO engineers for test case update.
  2. Refer the adapter supported for each product and SIM supported for each country as part of WANted [This needs be obtained from the WAN ODT/ Yamato Network team].
  3. Perform the test with correct SIM for each of the supported WAN adapter.

UR-2196DS

  1. Perform the test with correct SIM for each of the WAN adapter.

Known Limitations/Restrictions/Information [UR-03376SG]
Known Limitations

1. LMBA will recheck the SIM card status when resume from S3/S4 because the hardware power on again. LMBA has no idea about last prompt windows is close or open before the machine resumes. Because at the time of resume, the SIM card may be pulled out and to be unlocked. It means the SIM card state may be changed when the machine is resuming. So LMBA should pop up the prompt windows again when the machine return from resume if LMBA detects the abnormal SIM status again.
Ref. Defect:
ECR114579, ALL:LMBA:PIN security window prompt again after S3/S4

2. LMBA install/uninstall process only has English support, whatever the system language is. Support information(including link) is based on carrier not OS language
Ref. Defects:
ECR114653, ALL:LMBA:Lenovo Support link is US in JP OS
ECR112471/ECR114878/ECR114678/ECR114187/ECR113664, XP OS: Country name in Country drop-down list is English in LMBA (Help Center Info)
Restriction
Information

1. Currently KDDI(Kishu) WAN adapter is not supported by MBC.
2. Germany support is dropped since LMBA 4.0
3. In WinXP, you install LMBA in admin mode, and switch to user mode and install LMBA again, then installer would give you 2 options, 1 for uninstall, another for repair. You have to enter admin password to uninstall it, but for repair is different, because you already have the application installed and the installer is just replacing existing files using the same access level used during the installation.
4. T-Mobile Carrier to support on LMBA 4.3 for X & T series with Gobi 3000 WWAN. (T-Mobile will support in the future. (Not supported in LMBA 4.4, due to certification requirements))
- US Only
- English Language Only
- Win7 Preload Only
- LMBA will add new carrier which named "T-Mobile" under country US which will only affect in Win7 system. The T-Mobile carrier has 2 activation choices: Internet and call.

5. Supported Carriers:
• AT&T
• Sprint
• Verizon
• Swisscom Switzerland
• KPN Netherlands
• Lenovo Mobile Access
• T-Mobile - T-Mobile will support in the future. (Not supported in LMBA 4.4, due to certification requirements)
• Other

6. Sprint "Over the Internet" option was removed from LMBA version 4.4.1005



Lenovo Mobile Broadband Activate (LMBA) Verification
Installation Verification
Result
1. Boot to OS.
2. Install WWAN driver as per build letter.
3. Install latest build of LMBA.
4. Confirm LMBA was installed successfully and no desktop shortcut for LMBA should be created on the Desktop.
1. Boot to OS.
2. Install WWAN driver as per build letter.
3. Install latest build of LMBA.
4. Confirm LMBAwas installed successfully.
5. Restart the system.
6. Confirm LMBAdoes not launch on system boot automatically (LMBA should only be launched thru Access Connections).
1. Boot to OS.
2. Install WWAN driver as per build letter.
3. Install latest build of LMBA.
4. Confirm LMBA was installed successfully.
5. Restart the system.
6. Uninstall LMBA.
7. Confirm LMBA was uninstalled successfully.
For WXP:
1. Boot to OS. Log in on User mode.
2. Install latest build of LMBA.
3. Confirm LMBA was not installed.

Note: In Win XP, you install LMBA in admin mode, and switch to user mode and install LMBA again, then installer would give you 2 options, 1 for uninstall, another for repair. You have to enter admin password to uninstall it, but for repair is different, because you already have the application installed and the installer is just replacing existing files using the same access level used during the installation.

For Windows7:
1. Boot to OS. Log in on User mode.
2. Install latest build of LMBA.
3. It should prompt that "Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?".
4. Type an administrator password, and then click OK.
5. Confirm LMBA was installed.
For WXP:
1. Boot to OS. Log in Admin mode.
2. Install latest build of LMBA.
3. Log off Admin mode, log in User mode.
4. Uninstall LMBA.
5. Confirm LMBA was not uninstalled.

For Windows7:
1. Boot to OS. Log in Admin mode.
2. Install latest build of LMBA.
3. Log off Admin mode, log in User mode.
4. Uninstall LMBA.
5. It should prompt that "Do you want to allow the following program to make changes to this computer?".
6. Type an administrator password, and then click OK.
7. Confirm LMBA was uninstalled.
Tab Verification (For WXP)
- Welcome tab -
- Using EVDO WWAN adapter (Sierra)

UNACTIVATED CARD
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections.
3. Apply the default WWAN profile. Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
4. LMBA would launch. Confirm Welcome tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information (Verizon).
5. Also confirm that Sign-up button is shown in Welcome tab.

ACTIVATED CARD
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection and LMBA does not launch.
- Using UMTS WWAN adapter (Ericsson)

UNACTIVATED SIM
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and unactivated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated.
4. Click on Help Me Fix This on Connection Status window.
5. Access Connections Diagnostics window would appear saying SIM is not yet activated.
6. Click on Repair. LMBA would launch.
7. Confirm Welcome tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information (Vodafone/AT&T).
8. Also confirm that Sign-up button is shown in Welcome tab.

ACTIVATED SIM
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and activated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection and LMBA does not launch.
- Sign-up tab -
- Using EVDO WWAN adapter - UR-3701

UNACTIVATED CARD
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections.
3. Apply the default WWAN profile. Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
4. LMBA would launch. Confirm Sign-up option is available in Welcome tab and should contain correct
carrier information on how to activate the card (Verizon).
5. Confirm Activation Status shows "Not Activated".
6. Also confirm Sign Up Now button is shown. Once clicked, Verizon Wireless Broadband Access Self Activation wizard should launch.

ACTIVATED CARD
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection and LMBA does not launch.

4. Launch LMBA.
5. Under Sign up tab, confirm Activation Status is shown as "Activated".
- Using UMTS WWAN adapter

UNACTIVATED SIM - Vodafone
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and unactivated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch LMBA.
3. Confirm Sign-up tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information on how to activate the SIM (Vodafone).
4. Confirm Activation Status shows "Not Activated".

UNACTIVATED SIM - AT&T
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and unactivated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated.
4. Click on Help Me Fix This on Connection Status window.
5. Access Connections Diagnostics window would appear saying SIM is not yet activated.
6. Click on Repair. LMBA would launch.
7. Confirm Sign-up button is shown in Welcome tab and should contain correct carrier information on how to activate the SIM (AT&T).
4. Confirm also Activation Status shows "Not Activated".

ACTIVATED SIM
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and activated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection and LMBA does not launch.
4. Launch LMBA.
5. Under Sign up tab, confirm Activation Status is shown as "Activated".

LOCAL SIM connect to HOME TOWER:
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and Roaming SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection to carrier and LMBA does not launch.
4. Launch LMBA.
5. Under Sign up tab, confirm Activation Status is shown as "Activated".

ROAMING SIM connect to ROAMING PARTNER
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and Roaming SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply WWAN profile.
3. Confirm successful connection to roaming partner and LMBA does not launch.
4. Launch LMBA.
5. Under Sign up tab, confirm Activation Status is shown as "Unknown"

ROAMING SIM connect to NON-ROAMING PARTNER
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and Roaming SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections and apply WWAN profile.
3. Profile would FAIL to connect since carrier is non-roaming partner.
4. Launch LMBA.
7. Confirm Sign-up button is shown in Welcome tab and should contain correct carrier information on how to activate the SIM.
4. Confirm also Activation Status shows "Unknown".

Reference CMVC #111163f_2:W7:LMBC activation state detection not working
- Support tab -
- Using EVDO WWAN adapter (Sierra)

UNACTIVATED & ACTIVATED CARD
1. Boot to OS with unactivated/activated WWAN adapter, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections.
3. Apply the default WWAN profile. Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
4. LMBA would launch. Confirm Support tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information.
- Using UMTS WWAN adapter (Ericsson)

UNACTIVATED & ACTIVATED SIM
1. Boot to OS with WWAN adapter and unactivated/activated SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated.
4. Click on Help Me Fix This on Connection Status window.
5. Access Connections Diagnostics window would appear saying SIM is not yet activated.
6. Click on Repair. LMBA would launch.
7. Confirm Support tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information.
OTA Plugin Verification - UR2537
1. Boot to OS with unactivated Verizon card or AT&T SIM.
2. Install latest build of LMBA.
3. Launch LMBA.

For Verizon case
4. On Welcome tab, click on Sign-up button, Sign-up tab appears.
5. Sign-up tab appears. Confirm Sign Up Now button is enabled.
6. Click on Sign Up Now button. Confirm Verizon Wireless Mobile Self Activation appears without errors.
7. If Verizon Network is available, proceed with the card activation as specified on Verizon Wireless Mobile Self Activation. Confirm all necessary steps and information are clearly mentioned. Confirm card was successfully activated without errors.
For AT&T case
4. On Welcome tab, click on Sign-up button, Sign-up tab appears.
5. Sign-up tab appears. Confirm Sign Up Now button is enabled.
6. Click on Sign Up Now button. Confirm AT&T Service Activation appears without errors.
7. If AT&T Network is available, proceed with the SIM activation as specified on AT&T Service Activation. Confirm all necessarry steps and information are clearly mentioned. Confirm SIM was successfully activated without errors.

8. Go to Add/Remove Programs.
9. Confirm AT&T Service Activation and Verizon Wireless Mobile Self Activation entries are present on the list.

ECR42248: W7:Error appears in 'Sign Up Now' option in LMBC w/Gobi2k
ECR42268: XP/VIS:Error appears in 'Sign Up Now' option in LMBC w/Gobi2k

For Sprint OTA case
1. On Welcome tab, select Country and SPRINT service provider.
2. When user select the SPRINT service provider and OTA way to activate, LMBA UI will show the launch SPRINT OTA application button.
3. After the process enters OTA application phrase, LMBA main UI will be hidden.
4. User will deal with the activation process only depends on the OTA application.
5. After completing the activation process, the user is given a choice of Connection Managers to use in order to connect to the activated provider. Confirm Sprint OTA was successfully activated without errors.

For Sprint case (US, with Sierra WWAN only)
1. On Welcome tab, select US country and Sprint service provider.
2. Check Sprint welcome page if shows correct information (eg. Logo, etc.)
3. When user clicks Start Activation button, LMBA will turn to the activation choice page.
4. Sprint carrier has only one (1) activation choice:
- Call to activate
5. When user selects "Call to activate" > click Next button:
5.1 When the user completes the activation process, the user is given a choice of Access Connections to use in order to connect to the activated provider.
6. Confirm Sprint was successfully activated without errors.

For T-Mobile case (US, with Gobi 3000 WWAN only) (T-Mobile will support in the future. (Not supported in LMBA 4.4, due to certification requirements))
1. On Welcome tab, select US country and T-Mobile service provider.
2. Check T-Mobile welcome page if shows correct information (eg. Logo, etc.)
3. When user clicks Start Activation button, LMBA will turn to the activation choice page.
4. T-Mobile carrier has two (2) activation choices:
- Over the Internet
- Call to activate
5. When user selects "Over the Internet" > click Next button:
5.1 LMBA will turn to the internet activation page.
5.2 Confirm the Logo, Link and Table shows correct information.
5.3 ICCID and IMSI information will show value "Not Available" if T-Mobile SIM is not attached.
6. When user selects "Call to activate" > click Next button:
6.1 LMBA will turn to the internet activation page.
6.2 Confirm the Telephone Number, Logo, Link and Table shows correct information.
6.3 ICCID and IMSI information will show value "Not Available" if T-Mobile SIM is not attached.
7. After completing the activation process, the user is given a choice of Connection Managers to use in order to connect to the activated provider. Confirm T-Mobile was successfully activated without errors.

- Check both the method of activation.
Power Management Verification
- Suspend
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Suspend the system by Fn+F4.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
8. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Hibernate
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Hibernate the system by Fn+F12.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
8. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Lid Close
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Suspend the system by lid close.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
8. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Restart
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Restart the system.
6. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
7. Repeat steps 5-6 for 10 trials.
- Shutdown
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Shutdown the system.
6. Power ON the system after 1 minute.
7. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
8. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
Event Viewer / LMBA Service Verification
- Suspend
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Suspend the system by Fn+F4.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Go to Event Viewer:
7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer
7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for LMBA or Access Connections Service.
8. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
9. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Hibernate
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Hibernate the system by Fn+F12.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Go to Event Viewer:
7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer
7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for LMBA or Access Connections Service.
8. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
9. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Lid Close
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Suspend the system by lid close.
6. Resume the system after 1 minute.
7. Go to Event Viewer:
7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer
7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for LMBA or Access Connections Service.
8. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
9. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
- Restart
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Restart the system.
7. Go to Event Viewer:
7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer
7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for LMBA or Access Connections Service.
8. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
9. Repeat steps 5-6 for 10 trials.
- Shutdown
1. Boot to OS with unactivated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch Access Connections. Apply the default WWAN profile.
3. For Sierra:
- Prompt would asking user to activate the card since card is not yet activated. Click Yes.
For Ericsson:
- Profile would fail to connect since SIM is not yet activated. Click Repair on Diagnostics window.
4. LMBA would launch.
5. Shutdown the system.
6. Power ON the system after 1 minute.
7. Go to Event Viewer:
7.1 Right click My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer
7.2 Confirm that there are NO Critical / Error / Warning messages for LMBA or Access Connections Service.
8. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
9. Repeat steps 5-7 for 10 trials.
SIM Security Function Verification
Enable SIM security
1. Boot OS with activated SIM, WWAN adapter, LMBA and Access Connection installed
2. Launch AC and Switch to Advance Mode. Go to Tools---> Mobile Broadband----> SIM ---> Enable SIM Security.
3. Confirm Enable SIM Security window appears successfully.
4. Input correct PIN. Click OK.
Unlock SIM (with correct PIN)
1. With SIM PIN enabled. Boot the system to OS.
2. Launch LMBA. The following message would appear:
The SIM card is locked. Enter PIN to unlock.
3. Enter the correct PIN information and click OK.
4. Confirm Welcome tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information.
Unlock SIM (with incorrect PIN)
1. With SIM PIN enabled. Boot the system to OS.
2. Launch LMBA. The following message would appear:
The SIM card is locked. Enter PIN to unlock.
3. Enter the incorrect PIN information and click OK.
4. Confirm the following message was shown:
Your PIN was not valid. Please enter correct PIN.
5. Also confirm the number of trials remaining. 3 trials is the maximum number of trials the User is allowed upon entering incorrect PIN information.
Block SIM
1. With SIM PIN enabled. Boot the system to OS.
2. Launch LMBA. The following message would appear:
The SIM card is locked. Enter PIN to unlock.
3. Enter the incorrect PIN information and click OK.
4. Confirm the following message was shown:
Your PIN was not valid. Please enter correct PIN.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 for 2 more times.
6. Modify SIM Security window should be shown with the following message:
SIM card is blocked. Enter PUK to Unblock.
Unblock SIM (with correct PUK)
1. With SIM card blocked. Boot the system to OS.
2. Launch LMBA. Modify SIM Security window should be shown with the following message:
SIM card is blocked. Enter PUK to Unblock.
4. Enter the correct PUK information, new PIN code and click OK.
5. Confirm Welcome tab is shown and should contain correct carrier information.
Note: [UR-02951AP]
SIM security will be enabled after entering correct PUK information. This is working as designed. (Reference ECR80608)
Unblock SIM (with incorrect PUK)
1. With SIM card blocked. Boot the system to OS.
2. Launch LMBA. Modify SIM Security window should be shown with the following message:
SIM card is blocked. Enter PUK to Unblock.
3. Enter the incorrect PUK information and click OK.
4. Confirm the following message was shown:
SIM card is blocked.
5. Also confirm the number of trials remaining. 10 trials is the maximum number of trials the User is allowed upon entering incorrect PUK information.
LMBA - Co-existance with other TVT applications
- Mobile Broadband Activate- Access Connections Co-existence Verification -
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. While LMBA is open, Launch Access Connections. Create a WWAN profile.
3. WWAN profile creation should be created even LMBA is open.This is working as design. (Reference ECR82573 and ECR82574)
- Mobile Broadband Activate- ThinkVantage GPS Enabler Co-existence Verification -
Launch LMBA then GPS Enabler
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter, LMBA and GPS Enabler installed.
2. While LMBA is open, Launch ThinkVantage GPS Enabler.
3. Confirm that GPS displays the message "Cannot Initialize GPS COM Port" under Satellite Info section in GPSE main GUI.
Launch GPS Enabler then LMBA
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter, LMBA and GPS Enabler installed.
2. Launch ThinkVantage GPS Enabler.
3. Click on Start button to start search for GPS satellites.
4. Confirm connection was established successfully (launch maps and confirm current position).
5. Launch LMBA through Access Connections.
6. Confirm that LMBA shows Mobile Broadband Activate is not able to configure the Wireless Mobile Broadband device because another application is currently managing it since GPS is currently using the port.
7. Also confirm that the GPS satellite connection from ThinkVantage GPS Enabler was not disconnected and still established.
- Mobile Broadband Activate- ThinkVantage GPS Enabler - Access Connections Co-existence Verification -
1. Perform the following steps mentioned above launching LMBA, ThinkVantage GPS Enabler and Access Connections and vice versa.
2. Confirm that no application error/crash appears and no system performance degradation encountered.
Global Switch/BIOS Verification
Global Switch ON
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Make sure Global Switch is set to ON position.
3. Launch LMBA through Access Connections.
4. Confirm the carrier details are shown properly and no application error occurs.
Global Switch OFF
1. Boot to OS with activated WWAN adapter/SIM, LMBA installed.
2. Launch LMBA through Access Connections.
3. Make sure Global Switch is set to OFF position.
4. Confirm that you cannot launch LMBA through AC with Global Switch Off as Mobile Broadband Activate button will be grayed out.
5. If launch LMBA from Start Menu ---> All Programs ---> ThinkVantage with Global Switch Off then the following message window should appear :
"No Wireless Mobile Broadband device found."


Installation Sequence for LMBA and Access Connections on Windows 7 [UR-2796]
Test Item
Criteria
W7
Installing LMBA >> Access Connections
1. Install in the following sequence:
1.a LMBA. Restart when prompted.
1.b Access Connections restart when prompted
2. Go to Control Panel >> Network and Internet
3. On Lenovo's Internet Connection, confirm Activate Mobile Broadband is present.

ECR57173 W7:Activate Mobile Broadband link not shown on Control Panel
- All applications and drivers should install and launch successfully without any errors.
- Activate Mobile Broadband link should be present on Lenovo's Internet Connection.
Installing Access Connection >> LMBA
1. Install in the following sequence:
1.a Access Connections restart when prompted.
1.b LMBA. Restart when prompted.
2. Go to Control Panel >> Network and Internet
3. On Lenovo's Internet Connection, confirm Activate Mobile Broadband is present. But when clicked, a message asking the User to install LMBC should appear.

ECR57173 W7:Activate Mobile Broadband link not shown on Control Panel
- Activate Mobile Broadband link should be present on Lenovo's Internet Connection. But when clicked should prompt the User to install LMBC.




Following features are supported from LMBC version 3.6 or above [UR-2645AP]

Note: LMBA Latest version is only supported for Windows 7.
Test Item
Criteria
W7
Drop-down list for Country and Provider
1. Configure the system with non-activated SIM.
2. Install Access Connections, WWAN driver, LMBA Latest version.
3. Launch LMBA Latest version.
4. On the Welcome tab, drop-down list for the Country and Provider should be avaliable.
- Confirm that the selected Country shows Providers only applicable to that particular country.
- Confirm that the carrier content is correctly shown after selecting the carrier.
SIM + PIN enabled scenario
1. Configure the system with non-activated SIM + PIN enabled.
2. Install Access Connections, WWAN driver, LMBA Latest version.
3. Launch LMBA Latest version.
4. Prompt to enter the PIN should appear.
5. Enter the correct PIN.
6. The Welcome tab with the drop-down list for the Country and Provider should be shown after entering the PIN.
- Confirm that User is able to select the Country and Provider.
- Confirm that correct provider information is shown after entering the PIN.
- Confirm that no application error occurs after entering the PIN/
- Confirm that the correct PIN is accepted without errors.
Unsupported SIM verification
1. Configure the system with non-activated SIM not officially supported by Lenovo.
2. Install Access Connections, WWAN driver, LMBA Latest version.
3. Launch LMBA Latest version.
4. Select tha appropriate Cpuntry for your SIM and select Other for Provider.
5. LMBA should show that the selected provider for which he wants to activate is not supported.
- Confirm the correct message is shown when selecting unsupported SIM.
No SIM verification
1. Configure the system without SIM.
2. Install Access Connections, WWAN driver, LMBA Latest version.
3. Launch LMBA Latest version.
4. Select a Country and Provider from the list.
5. LMBA should show a message informing the user to insert the SIM.
- Confirm the correct message is shown when SIm is not present after selecting the Country and Provider.



OTHER DETAILS
EUT Quantity : One system 1. "Please check Error and Warning message in Event Viewer before you start the test case and after you complete the test case, and report it to your team lead."
2. "Perform All Test in Battery Mode (Some of the test items need to perform in AC Mode, follow each Test Case)"
(All Test Activity should be performed with AMT Enabled)
Vodafone
AT&T
Verizon
Win 7
Win 7
Win 7
Installation Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A
Tab Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A
Power Management Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A
SIM Security Function Verification
A
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
Co-existence w/ other applications Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A
Preferences Function Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A
Global Switch/BIOS Verification
A
A
A
A
A
A

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