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App Visibility end-user monitoring is enabled by default, but you can disable the feature for one of the following reasons:

  • You want to manually insert the JavaScript stub for end-user monitoring.
  • Your environment does not require this functionality.
  • You need to troubleshoot issues with end-user pages.

End-user monitoring requires instrumentation by the App Visibility agents. If the user.monitoring.enabled parameter is set to true (the default value), the following agent functionality is enabled:

  • Injecting JavaScript to an HTML server response
  • Setting cookies to an HTTP response
  • Adding headers to an HTTP response

If you set the value to false, the agent does not collect data for the User tier or the Network tier.

user.monitoring.enabled=false

Related topics

Manually setting up active end-user monitoring

Modifying an App Visibility agent policy

Configuring an App Visibility agent policy to collect and monitor application information

App Visibility end-user monitoring