This chapter looks at the management report page and the information that can be found on the page. The following topics are included in this chapter:
The Management report provides an overview of the Estate, Device Accounts and User Activity.
To view the Management report page, click
Management in the left-hand menu.
The following information is presented in the Management report:
|Estate Overview|| Users
Local device accounts
Auth service accounts
|Total number of users that have been created. Includes enabled and disabled users.
Total number of devices that have been provisioned and managed by Osirium PAM.
Total number of accounts found on the devices provisioned.
Total number of accounts found on the Authentication service provisioned.
If groups of interest were listed during the Auth Service provisioning then only accounts in those groups will be audited.
|Device accounts||Shows a breakdown by account state percentages for all the accounts on the devices managed by Osirium PAM. See Manage Accounts.
|Account Management coverage||This figure is the percentage of Fully Managed and Managed accounts that are managed by Osirium PAM.|
|User Activity in Last month|| Top 5 tasks executed
|Lists the top 5 tasks executed.
Lists the total number of single sign-on connections made through the different protocols.
SHOW FILTER button only appears if you have meta columns configured.
To apply a filter:
On the Management report page, click the
SHOW FILTERbutton. The Meta-column filter opens.
Select a criteria from the drop-down listbox on how you want to filter your data. The options are ‘and’, ‘or’ and ‘not’.
Then you can add as many meta-column restrictions as you like by clicking on the icon.
The logic filter is then applied as follows:
You start with the set of all non-hidden users and devices.
User and device meta-columns are applied directly to those sets of users and devices.
Profile meta-columns first translated into a set of users and devices connected to the matching profiles and then applied to the set of users and devices.
If your selection of meta-columns was such that it didn’t directly affect one or other of the sets, then the complete set is used. Therefore,
If you select a device meta-column, the complete set of users will be used.
If you select a user meta-column, the complete set of devices will be used.
If you select a profile meta-column, then both users and devices will be filtered.
Next, having produced a filtered set of possible users and devices, the statistics are calculated as follows:
Recent tasks have to have been run by a possible user on a possible device in order to count.
Device connections have to have been made by a possible user on a possible device.
Accounts have to be linked to a possible device.