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Chris asked on 22 Oct 2014, 02:24 PM
Hi, I'm trying to log traffic from multiple users on a single Citrix server and then review each user's traffic separately. I have Fiddler running and have a special published app they can select that will set their proxy settings before launching the web application in IE - but I can't figure out how to uniquly identify all traffic from a single user when reviewing a multi-user log file. Is there something that uniquely identifies the browser session? or a way to have Fiddler listen on multiple ports (so I could send one user to each port and filter on that?

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answered on 22 Oct 2014, 02:31 PM
Spend hours digging - give up - post question - find answer 5 minutes later ... Some day I'll get to Step 4 before Step 3 ... ... ... just found this in the properties of a request: "X-PROCESSINFO: iexplore:4736" ... that should do the trick
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answered on 22 Oct 2014, 09:19 PM
Hello, Chris--

Yes, the Process Info is one mechanism and if it works for you, it's likely the best approach.

You can have Fiddler listen on any number of ports; in the QuickExec box below the Session list, type

    !listen ####

Where #### is any port # and Fiddler will open an additional listener on that port.

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