SoftActivity is glad to announce the release of Activity Monitor 11.2, a leading user motioning software used by organizations to combat insider threats. It’s a maintenance release that brings a number of important fixes and improvements. Update is recommended to all customers.
Improvements in version 11.2:
improved: support of the latest versions of Chrome browser for Internet recording, which stopped working since Chrome v65;
improved: support of new Skype Windows Store App for chat recording;
fix: screenshots missing in web console for some monitored computers. After applying this update, most screenshots should be downloaded and will appear in the web console. Refresh the web browser;
fix: improved stability and performance of SalogSrv service (Activity Monitor Server, responsible for downloading logs and screenshots from Agents);
fix: export to Excel (CSV format) in correct encoding for non-English characters;
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SoftActivity is announcing the release of new version 5.2 of SoftActivity TS Monitor, user monitoring software for terminal servers.
Now it’s easier to monitor a farm of terminal server with support of new central configuration file. It also includes multiple improvements listed below.
What’s new in version 5.2:
new: Central configuration for multiple servers in a farm. Export TS Monitor configuration and apply to other servers during installation in silent mode with no GUI or from command line to an existing installation. tsmcfg.exe new command line parameters: /importcfg="C:\path\file.cfg" /centralcfg=on|off Read Documentation
new: web console: export Dashboard to HTML with company-wide computer usage statistics;
new: support of the latest Firefox version 57 for recording of Internet history;
new: full screen view of screenshots in web console. Previously screenshots were sometimes hard to see on computers with low resolution since an image was small. Click Full Screen button when viewing a screenshot.
improved: keystrokes are now recorded in Windows Store-type of applications in Windows 10. Previously only desktop applications were recorded.
improved: user sessions recording for Attendance report is now more reliable. Will record even a previous logon before Agent has been installed. Previously sometimes logons were not recorded. Also shows Remote Client name and IP for RDP sessions;
improved: web console: long values that don’t fit into a column are now shown in tooltips;
improved: substantially reduced CPU usage by Activity Monitor Server (SalogSrv service). Previously could use up to 100% CPU in some configurations with a lot of computers;
fix: web console: list of users and computers on the left side is now correctly sorted;
fix: web console: email message bodies were not shown on Email tab in IE browser
fix: Attendance report: short sessions that are just few minutes long were not displayed;
fix: ability to install a standalone webapp server component without admin console app;
other minor improvements and fixes in web console and desktop console application;