We have an issue with Adobe Scout. It does not listen (doesn't start a new session like it sould) for a SWF loaded by another (main) SWF. The SWFs have advanced telemetry enabled and the setup is correct as described in http://www.adobe.com/devnet/scout/articles/adobe-scout-getting-started .html. Please help
I am using Win 7 64-bit, the latest versions of Adobe Scout and Flash Player, Chrome 32 / IE 11.
Also I have made sure that the Scout server is listening, as descibed in the article linked above: Verify that the Scout server listening. Open Scout, and then type localhost:7934 into your web browser. It should respond quickly with "server dropped connection", "no data received", or something similar (since Scout is not an HTTP server). Scout should show the error message "can't start a session because the telemetry data isn't valid". If the browser stalls for a long time, and then comes back with "server not found" or something similar, then the socket isn't working.
Yes, this behavior is expected. You need the SWF hosting the loaded SWF to have Telemetry enabled too. If not, the loaded SWF won't be profilable.