You can create reports that provide information about the devices in your organization. The following reports are available from the Reports page. To view each type of report, click View.
The following reports are described here:
The activity log tracks all automated and manual actions taken over a given period of time on the devices in your organization. Use the Export CVS button to export this information to a CSV file.
Note: The logs that are generated represent complete and unfiltered data from your organization. The following filtering and searching options enable you to fine-tune and export the results you want.
Filtering and Searching in the Activity Log
The filter panel to the left of the activity log list is made up of different types of options to fine-tune your report. You can filter the list of activity logs by date, policy type, policy name, and device name. When you select any of the individual filters, the resulting log list automatically updates. You can clear selections individually, or select Reset Filters to clear all.
You can hide or show the filter panel, as needed. The filter panel shows by default.
Search by date
Use the Date Range options to find the desired activity log results. The last selection is saved in local storage and becomes the new default.
- Custom reports are limited to a maximum date range of 31 days.
- Data is filtered by UTC.
Search by policy type
Click the All Policy Types drop-down list to filter results by Patch, Worklet, or Required Software.
Search by policy name
Click the All Policies drop-down list to filter results by the name of any policy in your organization.
Search by device name
Use the Device Name field to search for a specific device or devices. This search will show all entries that match any of the individual search criteria you set.
Search by log details
Use the search box at the top to find logs for specific details listed in the Details column such as package names and KBs.
By entering a string, the list populates with matching entries. You can use multiple strings to narrow your search results.
Sorting search results
You can sort the list of results by clicking the arrow at the column heading. This type of sort is available for Device Name, Policy Name, and Event Time columns.
Note: The search parameters you select are now stored in the page URL. The back button in your browser functions as expected and filter searches can now be bookmarked and shared.
The overview report provides a summary of the state of devices in your organization. This includes the devices overview, history of patches applied, and patches by group. Total patches refers to all available patches and Pending updates are any scheduled patches based on the patch policies.
This report provides a list of devices that need attention. Any relevant information about the devices is listed here. This report can only be run for an individual group.
Creating a Non-compliant devices report
- From the Reports page, click Non-Compliant Devices Report.
- Click Select Group from the drop-down menu. Scroll to select the group you want a report for.
- The report opens in a new window.
You can easily spot any devices that need attention. The report includes the following information:
|Non-Compliant Devices Report Details||Description|
|Name of the device||This is the name of the device in your organization. This name can be searched for on the Devices page.|
|Policy||This field lists any policies the device is associated with.|
|Issue||The reason the device needs attention is listed here.|
|Severity||The severity level is provided here. See also the following severity codes table.|
|Days exposed||Calculated based on the first time the package was detected.|
CVE Severity Codes:
Severity levels are determined by Automox in the following manner:
This report shows you a list of all scheduled patches per device. The severity and exposure information allows you to effectively assess any internal impact to your organization. This report can only be run for an individual group.
The report includes the following information:
|Pre-patch Report Details||Description|
|Patch ID||Human-readable patch identifier|
|Severity||Severity level of the scheduled patch|
|CVEs||CVE associated with the scheduled patch|
|Days Exposed||Calculated based on the first time the package was detected|
|Patch Window||The date and time that the update will start|