Session Player Application
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What is Session Player Application?
The Windows Session Player application is part of the ObserveIT product package. A computer user can record user sessions with other utilities in that package and the Session Player replays them. There are actually two versions: the Windows Session Player and the Unix Session Player. Both perform much the same function.
The Windows Session player opens a window of its own when it is run. It looks much like a video player, in fact, with all the usual buttons—Play, Pause, Start, Stop, Forward, Back, etc.—albeit with a few other controls that relate to its specific function. For instance, there is an icon on it that the user can click to bring up the list of programs or files accessed during the session being replayed. There are also icons for sending communications to users of live sessions, for session locking, for session export to HTML (partial or full), and for copying sessions. The player is able to replay sessions too where only metadata was recorded by the ObserveIT session recording tools. Furthermore, the user can select the speed of the recorded session’s replay with a dedicated slider.
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Last updated: : August 5, 2014