Configure CEIP

When you participate in the Citrix Customer Experience Improvement Program (CEIP), anonymous configuration and usage data is collected and sent to Citrix to help improve the product quality and performance. In addition, a copy of the anonymous data is sent to Google Analytics (GA) for fast and efficient analysis.

Settings

CEIP setting

By default, you automatically participate in CEIP when you install Session Recording. The first upload of data occurs approximately seven days after you install Session Recording. To unsubscribe from CEIP, do the following:

  1. Log on to the machine hosting the Session Recording Server.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Server Properties.
  3. In Session Recording Server Properties, click the CEIP tab.
  4. Clear the Participate in the Customer Experience Improvement Program check box.
  5. Restart the Citrix Session Recording Analytics Service to make the setting take effect.

    image of session recording ceip

GA setting

When GA is enabled, the heartbeat data between GA and the Session Recording Server is collected.

Registry setting that enables or disables GA (default = 0):

Location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartAuditor\Server\

Name: CeipHeartBeatDisable

Value: 1 = disabled, 0 = enabled

When unspecified, GA is enabled.

To disable GA:

  1. Log on to the machine hosting the Session Recording Server.

  2. Open the Registry Editor.

  3. Browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Citrix\SmartAuditor\Server\.

  4. Add a registry key and name it CeipHeartBeatDisable.

  5. Set the value of CeipHeartBeatDisable to 1.

  6. Restart the Citrix Session Recording Analytics Service to make the setting take effect.

Data collected from the Session Recording Server

The following table gives an example of the types of anonymous information collected. The data does not contain any details that identify you as a customer.

Data Point Key Name Description
Machine GUID machine_guid Identifying the machine where the data originates
Operating System version OS_version Text string denoting the machine’s operating system
Session Recording Server version SRS_version Text string denoting the installed version of the Session Recording Server