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Enforced Client Policy and Reporting Server 2.3 Admin Guide

Reports

The reporting server provides a summary of raw data used in reports, and supports the various types of reports along with search and filtering functions.

Topics:

Categories

The categories report provides information the Categories, Match and Attempts.

Each report has several options for sharing or viewing the data. These options apply to all reports.

In the upper right corner of the report, you can chose to export the report to a PDF or CVS file.
The icons in the upper right corner of the shaded area allow you to change the view to chart only, data only or combined chart and data.
The icon with two curved arrows refreshes the data.
To view a percentage amount, move the curser over a category item listed on the right or a section of the pie chart.
Click on the category or chart item to view the detail report. The categories Match name is shown on the top right side of the screen as shown in the figure below. Click on the Categories option to return to the pie chart view.

Sites

The sites report provides the Site Name, Match and Attempts. To view a percentage amount, move the curser over a category item listed on the right or a section of the pie chart.

Click on the category or chart item to view the detail report. The Site Name is shown on the top right side of the screen as shown in the figure below.

Initiators

The initiators report provides information on the Initiator Host, User and Attempts.To view a percentage amount, move the curser over a category item listed on the right or a section of the pie chart.

Click on the category or chart item to view the details report. The Initiator Host name is shown on the top right side of the screen as shown in the figure below.

Details

The details report provides information for Timeline, Categories, Sites and Initiators. To view a specific report, click on an item under the report type.

 
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NOTE: To add a filter click on the + sign to view the drop down menu as shown in the figure below.