This is a newer answer to this question, so give the state of things as of Feb 2019... I would say Appium, Microsoft is deprecating their Coded UI Testing tools and suggests using Appium + WinAppDriver.
Coded UI Test for automated UI-driven functional testing is deprecated. Visual Studio 2019 is the last version where Coded UI Test will be ...
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I think that just means that your DNS have the records mapping the host name to IPv6 address. No special functional testing is required since it is a network layer change. You can use the sites like this to test if IPv6 connectivity to you site can be established.
I guess the simplest way is to run cmd tool that is responsible for updates and check if it fails to update (error code or error message returned) your system. However you should be prepared to the fact it can take your system to undesirable state which will require roll-back.
To have more "reliable" and "proper" ways you need to know what OS you are ...
There are OS that force updates and others and won't update unless you act.
The latter is naturally not a problem.
For the former, I see two options:
1 - You can run inside a Virtual Machine, using VMWare e.g. Probably you will need to refactor the data migration.
2 - You can monitor the version using some script that run by a CRON job. In Java, e.g., ...
Instead of running the click straight away you can iterate over the results and see if they are suitable before clicking them.
foreach (button in self.driver.find_elements_by_name("button_name"))
if button.property == 'what i want'
You can add other constraints on the button by adjusting the if statements.
Nothing inside the ...
Most often IPv6 ready means that the webservers have been configured to support IPv6 only traffic. Test a page loads from a IPv6 only connection, or use tools like Alexey R. suggested.
If the code was changed for this IPv6 support, maybe you need to test more. Do a risk assessment with the one whomever implemented the change.
My guess would be that if you ...
I ran into an issue while using the Microsoft WebDriver (for Edge) where if there was no RDP session, then the tests would fail and throw an exception that Selenium couldn’t get the window handle after opening the browser. Official issue ticket logged here.
Credit goes to Olena F. from the same issue ticket linked above.
RDP into your Grid Node
Katalon Studio supports Windows 10 application testing. From v 7.0 (currently in beta).
I belive it is Winium based.
More info here: https://docs.katalon.com/katalon-studio/docs/introduction-desktop-app-testing.html#windows-execution-type.