Activity Analysis results always show only 0's in the Avg. Users per Day and Requests columns.
If analysis results show 0's for all sites within a Web application which you know has had activity, it may be that the Web application uses cross-farm Service Applications that has been created on a different farm that the one on which ControlPoint is installed (which, by default, means that activity data is inaccessible to ControlPoint).
Contact Quest Support for instructions on configuring ControlPoint to access activity data from cross-farm Service Applications.
The number of lists reported in a Content Database Storage or Site Lists and Libraries Storage analysis is greater than the number that appear in the SharePoint Hierarchy.
Storage analysis results include hidden lists (such as Master Page Gallery, Reporting Metadata, and User Information), which are not shown in the SharePoint Hierarchy.
ControlPoint Storage analysis results show different values for content size and % of quota than those shown on the SharePoint Site Collection Usage Summary and Storage Space Allocation pages.
In calculating results for storage analyses (including the Farm Summary Report), ControlPoint determines the size of a site by including:
·size of documents, including all versions
·document metadata, including metadata for all versions
·recycle bin size
·Web Part size, including any personalization to the web parts on the page.
SharePoint uses a proprietary algorithm to calculate size and determine % of quota, which may differ from the algorithm used by ControlPoint.
When running a Most/Least or ControlPoint Policies analysis using Internet Explorer 11 with a SharePoint 2010 farm, results perpetually display as "Loading" but are never returned.
Make sure your browser's Compatibility View is turned on.