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Enterprise Reporter 3.2.1 - What's New

New Reporting Options

New options have been added to improve the flexibility of the reporting features.

The following new options are now available for all reports.

Carbon copy (CC) and blind carbon copy (BCC) scheduled reports to separate recipients.

When scheduling a report to be delivered by email, CC and BCC recipients can now be configured.

Show preview

When editing a report layout, the automatic preview of the report has been suppressed. A new Show preview button is now displayed so that a preview can be generated on demand.

Import Layout

When editing a report layout, a new Import Layout option is available to import the layout from an existing report.

NOTE: After importing the layout, it is important to ensure that the fields imported in the layout match the information to be displayed in the report.

Schedules observe daylight saving time

When scheduling reports, the schedule will be stored in the local time zone and will now observe daylight saving time.

View this schedule’s calendar

When scheduling reports, the View Calendar option now shows what is scheduled to run on each day of the month in a calendar view.

New Discovery Options

Several discoveries have new collection options to improve the ability to fine tune the information being collected.

The following new options have been added to all discoveries.

Import computers for exclusion

You may now choose to import multiple computers for exclusion for the following types of discoveries:

Schedules observe daylight saving time

When scheduling discoveries, the schedule will be stored in the local time zone and will now observe daylight saving time.

View Calendar option to see schedules

When scheduling discoveries, the View Calendar option now shows what is scheduled to run on each day of the month in a calendar view.

Duplicate existing discoveries

When creating discoveries, you may now choose to create an exact duplicate of one or more existing discoveries.

The following options have been added to Active Directory discoveries.

Service Accounts

Optionally collect information about Active Directory managed service accounts.

The following options have been added to Azure Active Directory discoveries.

Users flagged as risky

Optionally collect information about Azure Active Directory users flagged for risk.

The following options have been added to Computer discoveries.

Microsoft Store Applications

Optionally collect information about Microsoft Store Applications for Windows computers.

The following options have been added to Exchange Online discoveries.

System Public Folders

Optionally collect information about System Public folders if Public Folder information is being collected.

The following options have been added to File Storage Analysis discoveries.

If unable to collect volumes then collect shares as volumes

Optionally collect file storage analysis information on NAS devices that do not have volumes or cannot retrieve volumes. The shares are collected and stored as if they are volumes.

Summary

When creating or editing discoveries, there is now a Summary tab that displays all of the selected settings for the discovery.

The following options have been added to NTFS discoveries.

Scopes page improvements

The Scopes page now functions as a wizard that simplifies selecting discovery targets and collecting the intended NTFS information.

Summary

When creating or editing discoveries, there is now a Summary tab that displays all of the selected settings for the discovery.

Enhanced Data Collection

A number of discovery types have had new attributes added to them as part of the default collection. These attributes have been added in order to support commonly requested reports. In some cases, report types have been added. To create reports using these new attributes, you need to know the associated report type.

You can now extend the Active Directory discovery to collect the following attributes:

The following data collection has been added to the Active Directory discovery.

Service Principal Name

Group Members

Users

Note: You can also extend report types with the Domain User object to collect Service Principal Name

Date Modified

Date Created

Organizational Units

Kerberos information

Group Members

Users

Note: You can also extend report types with the Domain User object to collect Kerberos information

Fine Grain Password Policy information

Users

Note: These attributes will be collected when the User option is selected on the Scopes page of the discovery.

Is trusted for delegation
Is trusted to authenticate for delegation

Users

The following data collection has been added to the Azure Active Directory discovery.

Risky User

Azure Risky Users

The following data collection has been added to the Computer discovery.

Installed Software

All Installed Software

Microsoft Store Applications

Microsoft Store Applications

All Installed Software

Drive encryption information

Volumes

The following data collection has been added to the Microsoft SQL discovery.

Account information

Database User
Login1

SQL server information

All SQL Server report types

SQL server job information

Job


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The following data collection has been added to the OneDrive discovery.

User email

All OneDrive report types except Configuration Settings

You can now collect information from computers running the following operating systems.

 

Other General Enhancements

You can now manage the Configuration Manager and Report Manager login notification that the Enterprise Reporter server restarted unexpectedly since the last login.

When an encryption key is requested, the Quest Enterprise Reporter event log on the Enterprise Reporter server now indicates the name of the Enterprise Reporter component that requests the key as well as the associated account under which that component is running.

The Manage Discovery page in the Configuration Manager now supports more grouping, sorting, and filtering options.

The Manage Discovery page in the Configuration Manager now supports hovering over the tasks of any discovery to display the options that were used during collection.

 

When upgrading to Enterprise Reporter 3.2.1, the existing Azure Active Directory Application used for existing discoveries will be reset and will need to be reconfigured. During this process, a new Enterprise Reporter Azure Active Directory Application v2 with new permission requirements will be created.

The existing permission requirements are:

In addition to the existing permission requirements, the following permissions will now also be required:

After upgrading Enterprise Reporter, the Configuration Manager now displays an overview of new configuration options in the latest release.

The Report Manager console now contains a button to access the Enterprise Reporter Custom Report Community where there are options to review the existing custom reports or request a new custom report.

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