Hello,

is there a chance to get the two reports (User Changes & User Read/Write Amounts) on an explicit folder like it is possible with custom data set and file changes?

Best regards Maik

asked 09 Aug, 05:25

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Hi Maik,

Both the User Changes & User Read/Write Amounts reports were designed to be a simple straight forward report. Where the Custom Data Set was designed to give you the flexibility to build a report that fits your needs.

You can also setup a different reports in the Scheduled Reports section to fit your needs and then manually run them if you need them.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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Quinn

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answered 09 Aug, 15:32

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Hello Quinn,

but in no other report I can get the User Activity Level and the amount of transferred data per user. My security officer would like to know this by folder and not over all monitors.

Best regards Maik

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answered 09 Aug, 16:25

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Hi Maik,

I talked with the programmers and they agree that a file/folder name or particle name filter should be added to the "User Read/Write Amounts" report. They were unable to give me a date for the change but it will be added in the future build. Thank you for asking for the update.

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Hello Quinn,

thank you, I'm looking forward to the update :)

best regards Maik

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