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Enterprise Reporter 3.2.1 - Report Manager User Guide

Quest Enterprise Reporter Report Manager Introducing the Report Manager Running and Scheduling Reports Creating and Editing Reports Troubleshooting Issues with Enterprise Reporter Appendix: Log Viewer

Indicating Data Age on a Report

Data in your reports may be drawn from different discoveries (for more information, see Editing Reports ). This means that the freshness of your data may vary within a report. If it is important to understand when the data was collected, you can add this information to each top level object collected. The following table outlines where you can add this time stamp:

Active Directory

Domain

Azure Active Directory

Tenant

Azure Resource

Tenant

Computer

Computer

Exchange

Organization

Exchange Online

Tenant

Microsoft SQL Server

SQL Server

Microsoft Teams

Tenant

NTFS

Computer on which the folder, share, or file is located

Shares on each computer

OneDrive

Tenant

Registry

Computer on which the registry is located

3
Click Fields.
5
Add Last Collected Time.

Working with Report Parameters

When you collect data in Enterprise Reporter, all data from the target is collected. To create meaningful reports, this data must be filtered, sorted and organized for specific needs. Parameters are used to filter the data.

When you add multiple parameters to a report definition, you can also group parameters to further filter the information included in a report. Each group supports a single AND or OR operator.

(Type of Account equals User) AND (Account Name starts with P)
(Account Name starts with P) OR (Account Name starts with S)

You can further connect groups with AND or OR operators to create even more complex filtering.

[(Domain User Expiration Date is in the past 29 days) OR
 (Domain User Expiration Date is in the next 15 days)]

Only one child level of grouping is supported.

[(Type of Account equals User) AND
((Account Name starts with P) OR (Account Name starts with S))]

See also:

See also:

What is a Parameter?

A parameter consists of the following:

Prompt

Field

Condition Operator

Default Value

Types of Parameters

There are three types of parameters that you can create. By paying careful attention to choosing the proper parameter type, you can ensure that you get the right balance of user interaction and preset information, and that your report serves its intended purpose. Each type of parameter has to have specific elements in order to be accepted.

Required

You must provide a prompt explaining the user input required when running the report. You can choose to supply a default value to the user, who can use that value or change it.

You cannot run the report unless this parameter is given a value.

Optional

You must provide a prompt explaining the user input required when running the report. You can choose to supply a default value to the user, who can use that value or change it.

You can run the report with or without a value.

Hidden

You must provide a default value. This value will be used when the report is run. You do not need to provide a prompt.

The user running the report does not see this parameter in the parameter card list.

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