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One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Sessions LTS - Safeguard Desktop Player User Guide

Summary of changes Features and limitations Installing Safeguard Desktop Player First steps Validating audit trails Replaying audit trails Replaying encrypted audit trails Replaying encrypted audit trails from the command line Replaying audit files in follow mode Searching in the content of the current audit file Search query examples Exporting the audit trail as video Exporting the sound from an audit trail Sharing an encrypted audit trail Replaying X11 sessions Exporting transferred files from SCP, SFTP, HTTP, and RDP audit trails Exporting raw network traffic in PCAP format Exporting screen content text Troubleshooting the Safeguard Desktop Player Keyboard shortcuts

Determining your Safeguard Desktop Player version

To find out which version of the Safeguard Desktop Player application you are using, complete one of the following.

  • Start the Safeguard Desktop Player application, and on the opening screen, click > About. This displays the version number of Safeguard Desktop Player and also the underlying adp application.

  • Execute the following commands from the command line in the directory where Safeguard Desktop Player is installed:

    • Windows: adp.exe --version & player.exe --version

    • Linux: ./adp --version; ./player --version

Export transferred files from SCP, SFTP, and HTTP audit trail using the GUI

The following describes how to export the files that the user transferred in an SCP, SFTP, or HTTP session using the GUI.

To export the files that the user transferred in an SCP, SFTP, or HTTP session using the GUI

  1. Open the audit trail in the Safeguard Desktop Player application.

    If the audit trail is encrypted, you need the appropriate decryption keys to open it. For details, see Replaying encrypted audit trails.

  2. Click EXPORT > Export transferred files.

    A Select folder dialog box pops up.

  3. Select the directory where you want to save the file(s). Click Choose.

    Once the export process has completed, a FILES dialog box pops up, indicating the number of files exported in brackets and listing the files that have been exported.

.zat, .zatx, and .srs files not opened automatically

On Linux, if you are not using a Desktop Manager (for example, GNOME, KDE, Unity), and you install the Safeguard Desktop Player with user privileges, registering the .zat, .zatx, and .srs files to the Safeguard Desktop Player might fail. To solve this problem, perform a system-wide installation, which means running the installer with sudo.

Problems in VirtualBox

If the fonts are not displayed correctly, or the Safeguard Desktop Player application crashes when started in VirtualBox, enable 3D acceleration (Machine > Settings > Display > Screen > Enable 3D Acceleration), and install VirtualBox Guest Additions.

If these do not solve the problem, see Force rendering software.

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