Is there any way to disable the Resharper test runner?

I'm working with a team that has been trying to use Resharper in conjunction with MSTest. As it stands Resharper seems to cause an exception in their test runs, the details of which I will cover in a separate note. The problem is that they can't find a way to disable the test runner function of Rehsarper. They like the recatoring tools but would just like to use the builtin MS Test runner. Is that possible? They're currently inclined just to drop resharper and use CodeRush, I would like them to give resharper one last try.

Resharper 5.1.1
VS2010 sp1
Windows 7

Cheers
Mark Levison

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Hello,

At the moment one can only disable MSTest support in unit test runner (under
ReSharper | Options | Tools | Unit Testing). Could you please clarify what
kind of problem it is and why only disabling ReSharper's unit test runner
can help to avoid it? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I'm working with a team that has been trying to use Resharper in
conjunction with MSTest. As it stands Resharper seems to cause an
exception in their test runs, the details of which I will cover in a
separate note. The problem is that they can't find a way to disable
the test runner function of Rehsarper. They like the recatoring tools
but would just like to use the builtin MS Test runner. Is that
possible? They're currently inclined just to drop resharper and use
CodeRush, I would like them to give resharper one last try.

Resharper 5.1.1
VS2010 sp1
Windows 7
Cheers
Mark Levison
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