You can open session recordings in Session Recording Player in three ways:
When you open a file that was recorded without a digital signature, a warning message appears telling you that the origin and integrity of the file were not verified. If you are confident of the integrity of the file, click Yes in the warning window to open the file.
Note: The Administrator Logging feature of Session Recording allows you to log the downloads of recordings in the Session Recording Player. For more information, see Log administration activities.
The name of a recorded session file begins with "i_", which is followed by a unique alphanumeric file ID and then the .icl or .icle file extension. The .icl extension denotes the recordings without playback protection applied; the .icle extension denotes the recordings with playback protection applied. Recorded session files are saved in a folder that incorporates the date the sessions were recorded. For example, the file for a session recorded on December 22, 2014, is saved in folder path 2014\12\22.
Creating the Favorites folders allows you to quickly access recordings that you view frequently. These Favorites folders reference recorded session files that are stored on your workstation or on a network drive. You can import and export these files to other workstations and share these folders with other Session Recording Player users.
To create a Favorites subfolder: