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セッションの録画の検索

May 28, 2016

Session Recording Player allows you to perform quick searches, perform advanced searches, and specify options that apply to all searches. Results of searches appear in the search results area of the Session Recording Player.

Note: To display all available recorded sessions, up to the maximum number of sessions that may appear in a search, perform a search without specifying any search parameters.

To perform a quick search

  1. Log on to the workstation where Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. Define your search criteria:
    • Enter a search criterion in the Search field. To assist you:
    • Move the mouse pointer over the Search label to display a list of parameters to use as a guideline
    • Click the arrow to the right of the Search field to display the text for the last 64 searches you performed
    • Use the drop-down list to the right of the Search field to select a period or duration specifying when the session was recorded.
  4. Click the binocular icon to the right of the drop-down list to start the search.

To perform an advanced search

Tip: Advanced searches might take up to 20 seconds to return results containing more than 150K entities. Citrix recommends using more accurate search conditions such as a date range or user to reduce the result number.
  1. Log on to the workstation where Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. In the Session Recording Player window, click Advanced Search on the tool bar or choose Tools > Advanced Search.
  4. Define your search criteria in the tabs of the Advanced Search dialog box:
    • Common allows you to search by domain or account authority, site, group, Server OS machine, application, or file ID.
    • Date/Time allows you to search date, day of week, and time of day.
    • Events allows you to search on custom events that your Session Recording administrator inserted to the sessions.
    • Other allows you to search by session name, client name, client address, and recording duration. It also allows you to specify, for this search, the maximum number of search results displayed and whether or not archived files are included in the search.
    As you specify search criteria, the query you are creating appears in the pane at the bottom of the dialog box.
  5. Click Search to start the search.
Tip: You can save and retrieve advanced search queries. Click Save within the Advanced Search dialog box to save the current query. Click Open within the Advanced Search dialog box to retrieve a saved query. Queries are saved as files with an .isq extension.

To set search options

Session Recording Player search options allow you to limit maximum number of session recordings that appear in search results and to specify whether or not search results include archived session files.
  1. Log on to the workstation where Session Recording Player is installed.
  2. From the Start menu, choose Session Recording Player.
  3. From the Session Recording Player menu bar, choose Tools > Options > Search.
  4. In the Maximum result to display field, type the number of search results you want to display. A maximum of 500 results can be displayed.
  5. To set whether or not archived files are included in searches, select or clear Include archived files.