MacOs, Fiddler Everywhere 10, Cisco AnyConnect.
Here's the workflow...
In the morning, Cisco VPN isn't connected. All traffic is blocked by design. Attempt to start Fiddler Everywhere. WON'T START because it can't login. What is this new requirement to login? If I don't start Fiddler before the VPN, no traffic ever logs. If i don't start the VPN, Fiddler won't start. A bit of a cartch-22, ya think?
Somehow I bypass the VPN (Don't tell corp security) and get logged-in. Fiddler is up. Start the VPN. Get some work done. Shiny new UI! Still can't drag-drop from inspector to composer? Damn.
At some point the Fiddler login EXPIRES. Why does it expire? What do I even need a login for? At this point ALL TRAFFIC fails, since Fiddler was the system proxy. All work stops. Now I need to stop Fiddler, Stop the VPN, attempt to start Fiddler again....oh wait, can't login because the VPN is down... here we go again.
This is all a serious waste of time. I can see registering Fiddler so you know who your users are. What's with the REQUIREMENT to have a login, and why does it expire? It kinda makes Fiddler useless.
Please remove the requirement to login to an account before being able to use Fiddler Everywhere.