After the recording is complete, the test wizard appears to help with configuring the newly created test case. Every step contains another group of settings to change. Click Next on every step to move to the next step.
The introductory step in the Test Wizard. Click Next to see the recorded targeted hosts.
The next step displays all the recorded hosts and gives the option to delete the hosts that don't belong to your application. Follow the steps described here to delete them.
The next step displays all the recorded response content-types and gives the option to delete all the requests that resulted in a response to those content-types. Follow the steps described here to delete them.
The next step gives the option to run autocorrelation. This option is not displayed in the wizard right after recording because autocorrelation typically runs automatically after a script is recorded. For more on autocorrelation click here.
The next step is to verify the recorded test case to make sure it runs without configuration errors. For more on verify click here.
If after verification errors and warnings are reported, then close the wizard and address them as described here. Otherwise, click Next to continue configuring the test.
Set the test load pattern that is described here. Click Next to continue.
Set the test duration that is described here. Click Next to continue.
Set the think time between transactions (clicks). Think times are described here. Optionally, add recorded browser rendering and script processing delays described here. Click Next to continue.
Optionally enable browser cache emulation. Click Next to continue.
The final page will prepare you to start the test. Click Run Test to proceed.