Active Directory Reports with PeopleAudit

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Active Directory Reports

PeopleAudit provides targeted views of Active Directory.  Enable users to report on and export hard to find data to multiple formats.  All reports can be duplicated and customized to your liking without scripting or coding.  Graphing and drill-down support for improved analysis.  Schedule reports for email delivery.

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Build Your Own Active Directory Reports without Coding

The reports below come installed ready to duplicate and customize.  Create your own without scripting or coding.

Users I Manage

Let users search for users who they manage.  This is an example of a report that changes based on the identity of the currently logged in user.

Find Users who Have Never Logged into Active Directory

Find Users who Have Never Logged into Active Directory

Users who Have Never Logged in

Keeping your Active Directory clean is an important part of maintaining a secure, orderly environment.  These user objects at best only create clutter, and at worst can pose security risks in the future.

 

 

 

Collated User Reports

Collated User Reports

Users by Title

This report shows how you can aggregate and graph data grouped by an attribute using PeopleAudit.  In this working example, users are shown and graphed grouped by their job title.  Drill into job titles to list users with those particular functions.  This report can be duplicated and extended to work against any attribute in your directory where such grouping, graphing, and drill-down makes sense.

 

Users Enabled/Disabled

Users Enabled/Disabled

Users Enabled/Disabled

This is another kind of report where users are grouped by a value that is either “true” or “false”– in this case, whether enabled or not.  Drill into your results for details.

 

 

 

Active Directory Users Locked Out

Users Locked Out

Locked Out Users

Report on which users are locked out of your Active Directory.
 

 

 

Active Directory Users with No Logon Script

Users with no Logon Script

Users with No Login Script

Users who haven’t been configured to use your login script can be security risks.  Use this report to find these users without getting back the clutter of system-created users.

Users with Hidden Exchange/Azure Active Directory Email

Find these users with hidden email accounts.

Users Who Must Change Their Password at Next Login

Find users who are required to change their password the next time they log in.

Users who do Not Require a Password

Find users who do not require a password.

User Search with Filters

Let your end-users search for users using their own entries into configurable filter fields.  Search filters can include drop-down fields, check-boxes, and lookup fields that query your Active Directory as soon as your user types in enough letters to provide some results to select.

User Search in My OU

Let your end-users search for other users using configure filter fields restricted by their own OU tree.  This is an example of a report that changes based on the currently logged in user.

Contacts I Manage

Let users search for contacts who they manage.  This is an example of a report that changes based on the identity of the currently logged in user.

Collated User Reports

Collated User Reports

Contacts by Title

This report is an example of how you can aggregate and graph data grouped by an attribute using PeopleAudit.  In this working example, contacts are shown and graphed grouped by their job title.  Drill into job titles to list users with those particular functions.  This report can be duplicated and extended to work against any attribute in your directory where such grouping, graphing, and drill-down makes sense.

Contact Search with Filters

Let your end-users search for users using their own entries into configurable filter fields.  Search filters can include drop-down fields, check-boxes, and lookup fields that query your Active Directory as soon as your user types in enough letters to provide some results to select.

Contact Search in My OU

Let your end-users search for other users using configure filter fields restricted by their own OU tree.  This is an example of a report that changes based on the currently logged in user.

Groups I Manage

Let users search for groups who they manage.  This is an example of a report that changes based on the identity of the currently logged in user.

Groups Without Members

Keeping your Active Directory clean is an important part of maintaining a secure, orderly environment.  These group objects at best only create clutter, and at worst can pose security risks in the future.

Groups that are Mail Enabled

Show mail-enabled groups with this report.

Groups without Managers

Show groups that don’t have managers.  If you have policies where only managers edit group membership or you have other reasons your groups should have managers, this report is important.

Groups by Scope and Type

Find groups by their type (distribution or security) and their scope (domain local, global, universal).

Group Search with Filters

Let your end-users search for groups using their own entries into configurable filter fields.  Search filters can include drop-down fields, check-boxes, and lookup fields that query your Active Directory as soon as your user types in enough letters to provide some results to select.

Computer Report Grouped by Operating System

Computer Report Grouped by Operating System

Computers by Operating System

This report is an example of how you can aggregate and graph data grouped by an attribute using PeopleAudit.  In this working example, computers are shown and graphed grouped by their operating systems.  Drill into operating system names to list the computers that use them.  This report can be duplicated and extended to work against any attribute in your directory where such grouping, graphing, and drill-down makes sense.

 

 

Find Disabled Computers in Active Directory

Find Disabled Computers in Active Directory

Disabled Computers

List disabled computers in one or many domains.

Domain Controllers

List your domain controllers in your Active Directory domains and forests.

Computers who Have Never Logged on

Keeping your Active Directory clean is an important part of maintaining a secure, orderly environment.  These computer objects at best only create clutter, and at worst can pose security risks in the future.

Computer Search with Filters

Let your end-users search computers groups using their own entries into configurable filter fields.  Search filters can include drop-down fields, check-boxes, and lookup fields that query your Active Directory as soon as your user types in enough letters to provide some results to select.

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