Capture high-resolution compressed screenshots of users’ computers to uncover risks and unproductive activities.

Screenshots will be captured when users browse to a specific website or launch a specific application. It will capture the screenshot after 1 minutes of user activity. The capture time can be adjusted during capture creation.

Create a new capture

  1. From the CurrentWare Console, go to BrowseReporter and click on the Screen Capture icon.
  2. Click on the Configurations tab.
  3. Click on the New Capture button.
  4. Enter a Capture Name
  5. Select the computers you want to monitor
  6. Select the Capture type: websites or applications
    1. Add websites you want to trigger the screenshot capture, or
    2. Add applications you want to trigger the screenshot capture
      • Use the Application file name.
        Example: chrome.exe, slack.exe, edge.exe, msedge.exe. You can find this from the task manager
  7. Set the wait time before BrowseReporter capture a screenshot

Note: BrowseReporter will only capture a single screenshot per web page session or active application session. After a screenshot is captured, BrowseReporter will only capture another screenshot if the user visits a different web page or runs another application.

Viewing Screenshots

There are two ways to view screenshots on the CurrentWare Console.

Table View
Sort through your end users screenshots by browsing through the table view.

Thumbnail View
Preview your end users screenshots with the thumbnail view to give you a quick glimpse of their activity.

How to find the original filename of an application?

1. To manually locate the Original Filename of an application
  1. Right-click on the .exe file in Windows Explorer and select Properties.
  2. Select the Details tab and click on Original Filename in the Item Name box.
  3. The Original Filename is located in the adjacent Value box.

    The figure below gives an example of locating the Original Filename of Notepad. Not all Original File names have the .exe suffix extension. e.g. FreeCell has no extension so just enter “FreeCell”.
.exe properties
2. Use BrowseReporter Dashboard to get the Original Filename

The BrowseReporter Dashboard has the ability to show you the file name.

  1. Go to the Application Dashboard Tab
  2. Hovering over a time bar for an application will show you the original file name
  3. You can also go to the Activity Log at the bottom
  4. Choose the … button and the column button
  5. Select the “Application Process” column
  6. In the activity log all the used application file names will be available in the activity log

If you have further issues with your CurrentWare Solutions, contact our technical support team.