What’s new in 2009
This release includes the following new features and enhancements:
Email alert policies
This release adds a type of policy that sends email alerts to specified recipients when a session start is detected. The alerts are intended for sessions that are recorded according to the set recording policies. The system-defined email alert policy is Do not alert. You can create your own custom email alert policies. For more information, see Email alert policies.
Administrator logging integrated with the web player
The web player integrates the Administrator Logging webpage. An administrator assigned to both the LoggingReader and the Player roles can view the administrator activity logs in the web player. For more information, see Session Recording web player.
Support for Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 on the Session Recording Policy Console
Starting with this release, Session Recording supports TLS 1.2 encryption to secure communications with the Session Recording Policy Console.
Enhanced app monitoring
Session Recording supports logging of both application starts and ends. When you add a process to the App monitoring list, applications driven by the added process and its child processes are monitored. This release adds the process names,
wsl.exe, to the App monitoring list by default. If you select Log app start events and Log app end events for an event logging policy, the starts and ends of the Command Prompt, PowerShell, and Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) apps are logged regardless of whether you manually add their process names to the App monitoring list. The default process names are not visible on the App monitoring list.
In addition, this release provides a full command line for each app start event logged.
Support for archiving events in a new database table
Session Recording adds a database table,
ArchivedEvent, for archiving events in the recordings you specify by using the ICA Log database (ICLDB) utility. For more information, see Manage your database records.