- July 23, 2017
- Posted by: admin
- Category: IT Security
RECORD ALL -terminal, remote, and local user sessions.
Ekran System perfectly fits Windows user desktops and Windows server monitoring and audit needs by recording a multitude of user sessions on all end-points with an affordable solution.
Windows workstation Monitoring
Installed on a Windows-based PC, Ekran System controls any user activity recording remote desktop sessions and local sessions as well in an indexed, easy-to-analyze, and searchable video format. Windows session recording also includes accompanying meta-information – application name, windows title, visited URL, connected USB devices, etc.
Any session, initiated from this PC (such as Telnet, console, or remote PC management session), will be also recorded in the video stream together with all typed keystrokes.
Windows Server Monitoring
Servers are traditionally critical end-points of the corporate infrastructure and the task to record terminal sessions on them is always on the security agenda.
Ekran System is a powerful yet cost-effective software tool for Windows server user recording and audit. Indexed video recording of each user session allows to track work with sensitive files and critical applications, plugging-in new devices, configuration changes, creation of new users and updating their profiles, etc.
A single Ekran System Client installed on a server provides simultaneous Windows terminal user monitoring within all sessions regardless of privileges. Each session can be clearly assigned to the specific user, even for shared administrator logins.
Record RDP sessions and more
Windows terminal session monitoring includes:
- All RDP sessions recording,
- Other graphical session recording, regardless of the protocol or application: Logmein, radmin, etc.
Besides monitoring RDP sessions, Ekran System Windows session monitoring provides indexed video logs for local sessions on Windows servers. All recorded sessions include searchable meta-information with user activity details as well as all typed keystrokes.
Additional incident response tools include Windows server user blocking.