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OK, The 2.2 release of WebPagetest is now packaged up and ready for download:

The biggest changes from 2.1 are the added support for Chrome and the AFT measurements but there are a lot of other changes and fixes in there as well (full change list in the linked page).

The installation instructions have also been updated to include the information on configuring a Chrome test agent (which can run on the same test machine as the IE agent).


Can you please guide me as i am unable to configure it.

First of all what i understand is like Google Page Speed, configuring the release will provide a chrome extension of webpage test and various elements can be tested as in online version of tool?

I configured the dummynet and after rebooting when i run URL Blast i see following status in log file :
Failed to create user account 'user1'
Logon failed for 'user1'

I don't what is to be changed here also in file what is to be changed...i set it to the website home page but not working :
Startup Delay=30
Log File=c:\webpagetest\log\log

; Where to get work from
Url Files Url=
;Location Key=TestKey123
The hosted version of WebPagetest is a full instance of the web site (you install and configure Apache, etc). There isn't a desktop version of the tool (well, there is a browser plugin that you can use manually but it's not very user friendly).

To use the hosted version, you open up a browser and navigate to and you should see a website just like

The user account problem is probably a permissions problem. You can force the testing to use the same user account as the desktop by adding:

use current account=1

to urlblast.ini. The Url Files Url path should point to the web server running webpagetest ( if it is on the same machine).
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