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KB-7650: Recording GUI on Linux and Unix machines

Centrify DirectAudit ,  

4 November,16 at 10:12 PM

Applies to:
Centrify DirectAudit for Unix/Linux on all platforms.

Question:
Is it possible to record Centrify Audit on Linux and Unix machines with GUI?

Answer:
It is not possible to record Centrify Audit on Linux and Unix machines with GUI.

When auditing Linux and UNIX computers,
the agent records shell activity, such as the commands a user runs or the changes made to key files and data.

On Linux and UNIX computers, actions performed using a display
manager, such as GNOME or KDE, are not recorded.

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