The default session storage MiniProfiler uses is in-memory per IIS instance, which of course does not work in web farm scenario.
What is the recommended approach for a web farm scenario?
I can see it has a DB storage, so that should work if you have a DB with enough access to create appropriate tables. In my scenario though we only have a locked-down DB for ASP.NET sessions.
Is there a session storage that uses ASP.NET sessions perhaps?