I have my selenium automation script running in chrome and it is running through Jenkins. I have two machines in Jenkins, one master, and one slave, both of them are Windows 7.
While running in master, the automation script is working fine and I can see the script opening a chrome browser in the master remote machine, but while it is running in Slave, I don't see any chrome opening in the slave machine. Looks like it is automatically opening a headless browser and running the script in the background.
Is there any way to turn off that automatic headless run and allow slave to actually open the chrome browser?
Note: I have connected to slave via jnlp (Java method).