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CensorNet Desktop Surveillance is a client-server solution for monitoring, recording and analysing real-time activity on desktop, virtual desktop, terminal services and remote desktop sessions. There is no substitute for video evidence and with our desktop monitoring software it is like having a clever camera inside every computer. CensorNet Desktop Surveillance is a powerful PC surveillance software tool that will help you to prevent corporate security violations, discover sensitive data leaks, comply with regulations and improve employee productivity.
CensorNet Desktop Surveillance is a network based, monitoring system for desktop, virtual, remote and terminal services clients. Desktop Surveillance consists of an agent, which records activity on the computer (multiple monitors supported), a server which stores the video for later review and a viewer for analysing investigated data.
Servers are the mainstay of the modern business; domain controllers, Citrix servers, Terminal Services, e-mail servers, SQL servers...the list goes on. Whilst companies invest heavily in products, such as firewalls, VPN's and intrusion detection, to protect these assets from external attacks, the question remains as to whether they are keeping an eye on the people who actually configure, maintain and administer these machines.
The following article explains how to migrate an existing Desktop Surveillance database to a new server. This applies to v1.x of Desktop Surveillance using the Firefox Database (not SQL Server).Read more
If you clone a virtual machine or computer that has Desktop Surveillance installed then the client will not appear in the Desktop Surveillance administrator tool after starting the cloned machine.Read more
If you are having problems with CensorNet Desktop Surveillance reviewing the log files is a good starting point. This article explains where you can find the log files for the server, client and sessions.