The Linux Client is an application that can be installed on target computers to monitor the activity of their users in the terminal.
The monitored data is sent by the Linux Client to the Application Server and can be viewed using the Session Viewer in the Management Tool.
Optionally, during installation of the Linux Client, you can enable monitoring of the GUI for X Window System to allow monitoring of user sessions started locally via the GUI.
Table of Contents
- Monitoring Linux Clients
- Installing Linux Clients
- Updating Linux Clients
- Uninstalling Linux Clients
- Viewing Linux Clients
- Linux Client Configuration
- The Linux Client Description
- The Update Client Automatically Parameter
- The Detection of Disconnected Clients Parameter
- The Auto-Cleanup Parameters
- The Client Log Level Parameter
- The User Activity Recording Parameters
- The Offline Cache Size Parameter
- The Command Output Skipping Parameter
- The User Filtering Parameter
- The Two-Factor Authentication Parameter
- Secondary User Authentication on Linux Clients