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Identify and Trace a Specific Browser Requestor before a User Logs in to an Application

Troubleshooting | December 20, 2019 | 04:13

In this Global Client Support (GCS) video created by Rachit Agarwal, you will learn how to identify and trace a specific browser requestor before a user logs in to an application.

This approach can help in scenarios where multiple users report login issues where they are unable to log in to an application with some operator ID’s and they are unable to find the origin of the issue. In these cases, remote tracing helps identify the root cause of the issue.

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