The Session Player


The Session Player allows the viewing of screen captures recorded on computers with the Windows Client or the macOS Client installed, or the viewing of a graphical representation of Linux terminal data recorded (i.e. the input and output as the user sees them in the terminal).

You can either view any of these screen captures or graphical representations individually by clicking on the required activity record in the Metadata grid, or view all of the monitored data together in the form of video.


The following functions are available in the Session Player:

• To play/pause the video playback, click the Play/Pause () button.

• To move from one record to another, click the Previous, Next, First, and Last () buttons.

• To open the Session Player in full-screen mode, double-click anywhere on the Session Player or click the  icon.

• To enter or exit full-screen mode, double-click anywhere on the Session Player or click the  icon.

• To move from one monitor to another in Client sessions with multiple monitors, click the Tools button in the top-right of the Session Player, and then select Display Screens and All, 1, 2, etc. in the drop-down list.

• To adjust the speed at which the video of the monitored data is playing in the Session Player, click the  button at the bottom of the Session Player. The speed options available are: 1/2/4/8/16 frame(s) per second.

• To block the user, click the  button at the top of the Session Player.

• To view the alert events for the session in the Alert Viewer, click the  button in the top right of the Session Player.

• To get a link to a specific place in the session, click the Tools button in the top right of the Session Player, and then select Current URL.

• To download a displayed screen capture, click the Tools button in the top right of the Session Player, and then select Forensic Export in the drop-down list. In the Session Forensic Export pop-up window that opens, define the settings and then click Export.

• To perform a forensic export, click the Tools button in the top right of the Session Player, and then select Forensic export in the drop-down list. In the Session Forensic Export pop-up window that opens, define the settings, and then click Export.

• To view a live session in real-time, click the  button at the top of the Session Player.