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Exporting recordings

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It may not always be possible to establish a connection between the recorder and the WPM server. The way to transfer recordings between a remote recorder and the WPM server is to export the recordings to .recording files on the local disk, and to then transfer them to their destination using e-mail, FTP, or some other means.

Exporting a Recording:

  1. Click File > Export.
  2. Enter the file name for the recording, and then click Save.

Exporting a Recording from WPM Server.

  1. Log on to the WPM Web Console.
  2. Click the Web tab.
  3. Click WPM Settings.
  4. Click Manage Recordings.
  5. Select the check box next to the recording and then click Export.

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  6. To password-protect the recording:
    1. Select Yes, password protect this recording.
    2. Enter the password in the Password and Confirm Password fields.
  7. Click Export.
  8. The web browser begins downloading your .recording file. It is saved under the name, NameOfRecording.recording.
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