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How to maintain different active sessions in single firefox and internet explorer?

I have a website (vmware lab manager) that obviously stores session state. I want to log into this site as two separate users (admin and normal user).

Are there browser tools available to connect to a website as two separate users, short of having two separate Firefox profiles (as I do now).

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marked as duplicate by ChrisF, Sathya, random Jul 9 '10 at 19:13

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Web application questions are off-topic for Super User - check the FAQ. Until a migration path is set up you'll have to re-ask your question on the new (Web Applications)[] site. – ChrisF Jul 9 '10 at 19:02
ChrisF, it is fine here. The question is about a browser. – Tom Wijsman Jul 9 '10 at 19:04

When you open a private tab in Opera, it is totally separate thing from all other tabs and sessions.

A noteable thing is that nothing of the private tab session will be saved (no history no cookies nothing will be saved for second time use), Private session is totally temporary.

I use to open two different gmail accounts in same window with it

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For firefox the is private browsing but it ends the current session. In Chrome you can open Incognito window to have a separate session – LifeH2O Jul 9 '10 at 19:04

You could use KeePass/LastPass to switch, if you need them at the same time you could use an IETab.

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Not sure if it would work, this is just a thought...

There's a way to install Firefox to a USB jump drive. If you were to install Firefox there, perhaps you can launch the local Firefox program and the USB Firefox program.

Again, I have no idea if it will work.

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