Session Recording

Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2

Compared to: Session Recording 1912 LTSR CU1

Session Recording 1912 LTSR CU2 contains all fixes included in the 1912 LTSR initial release, CU1, plus the following, new fixes:

  • Attempts to connect to the Session Recording Server from the Session Recording Policy Console might fail. The following error message appears:

    Unable to connect to the Session Recording Server. Ensure that the Session Recording Server is running.

    Unable to load site configuration.

    The request was aborted. Could not create SSL/TLS secure channel.


  • Search for recordings might not work when the active recording viewing policy is configured with the Domain Group name. The issue occurs when the viewer’s common name and the login name are different in Active Directory. [CVADHELP-14809]

  • Web browsing activities might be captured even when the Log web browsing activities option is not selected. The issue occurs when you select the Log top-most window activities option for an event logging policy. [CVADHELP-15207]

  • When a session is being recorded, the following warning message appears in an event viewer log on the Session Recording Agent:

    Received message for unknown session X. This warning may occur if the Session recording Agent has been restarted while ICA sessions were still active.

    This issue does not impact the functioning of Session Recording.


  • Versions 1909 and 1912 of the web player do not work when you upgrade Session Recording to version 2003 or earlier. [CVADHELP-15324]

  • When an event logging policy is active, the CPU utilization of the SsRecAgentWrapper process might be high. As a result, recordings might be incomplete and Events 9 and 3017 appear in Event Viewer. [CVADHELP-15514]

  • On Citrix Workspace app Version 1912 LTSR CU2, the Session Recording Player might fail to play files with an .icl extension. [CVADHELP-15542]

  • Unauthorized users can access the Session Recording web player to view recordings. [CVADHELP-16199]

Fixed issues in 1912 LTSR CU2

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