Session Recording

What’s new

What’s new in 2402 LTSR

This release includes the following new features and addresses issues to improve the user experience:

Session Recording database is now made the mandatory subfeature of the Session Recording server

When the Session Recording server is selected for installation, the Session Recording database is now also selected automatically and cannot be unselected. This enhancement helps avoid installation or upgrade issues in load balancing scenarios. For more information, see Install, upgrade, and uninstall.

Contextual session recording based on smart access tags

When creating a custom policy, you can now specify smart access tags to use as scopes for the policy to apply to. This feature lets you apply policies based on the user access context including:

  • The user’s location
  • IP address range
  • Delivery group
  • Device type
  • Installed applications

This feature brings more granular control over session recording and is available for the following policies:

Azure Active Directory (AD) support (preview)

You can now install the Session Recording server and agent on an Azure AD joined machine and enable Azure AD support for them. Later when you configure various policies and playback permissions from the cloud, you can specify Azure AD users and groups who launch sessions from Azure AD joined machines.

For information about installing Session Recording, see Install, upgrade, and uninstall.

For information about configuring policies and playback permissions from the cloud, see Configure session recording policies and Playback permissions.

What’s new in earlier releases

For new features included in the releases that shipped after the 1912 LTSR through the 2311 CR, see What’s new history.

What’s new