Overview


In the Reports menu, you have the option to generate reports of any user activity in your company. 


In Reports, there are 4 options:



Some features are common:


Get report - press this to generate the report in the web client.

Download - press this to download an .xml version of the report.

Refresh - refreshes the page, and sets all values to their defaults.




1) User journal


Allows the administrator to see users' activity. (Username, Name, Event, Timestamp, Share)


There some filters in place to help narrow the search:


Shares - the specific share of the activity.

Username - the specific user that initiated the activity, or was affected by it.

from / to - the specific dates for the activity.



No fields are required in User Journal.



How to understand the report:


Username: the user that initiated the event.

Name: the user that was affected by the event.

Event: the type of the event. (See below)

Timestamp: the date and time of the event.



Event types:


RemoveShareAShare: removal of a user from a share.

ShareAShare: the addition of a user to a share.

UpdateUserAcls: the changing of user's rights to a share.

CreateAShare: creation of a share.






2) Log in


Shows the login information of the company. (User name, Device Type, Login Status, Timestamp, IP address)


Available filters:


Username - the user whose Log in information you want to search for.

from / to - the specific dates you want to see Log in information for.




No fields are required in Log in.



How to understand the report:


Username: the user that logged in.

Device type: shows what device the user logged in from.

Login status: shows if login succeeded or not.

Timestamp: the date and time of the login.

IP: the IP address the login was attempted from.






3) File and folder events


Shows all file and folder events in a specific share/folder. (File/Folder name, Event, Timestamp, Username)


Available filters:


Event type - the type of event you are looking for.

User - events by the specific user.

from/to - the specific dates for the events.

Share - the share where the events happened.


After a share is chosen, click Select under File/Folder, and select the file or folder you want to generate a report of.



Selecting a Share and a File/Folder are required.


How to understand the report:


Name: the name of the affected file/folder.

Event: the type of the event. (See below)

Timestamp: shows if login succeeded or not.

IP: the IP that the user was logged in from when carrying out the event.

Username: the email address of the user that carried out the event.



Event types:


FileUpload: upload of files and creation of folders.

FileDownload: download of files.

FileRename: renaming of files.

FileMove: moving of files. Can only be seen if the destination folder OR the file that was moved is chosen in File/Folder.

FileRestore: undeletion of files.

LinkCreate: creation of public links.

LinkDelete: deletion of public links.

LinkOpen: opening of public links.




Note Folder events are also found among file events.
 







4) Public folder and files


Shows all events related to public links. (File/Folder, Action(EventType), Date, IP, Username)


Available filters:


Event type - the type of event (Action) you are looking for.

User - filters for the specific user.

Will expire in - link expiration value.

Protected - filters for link password (Yes / No).

Share - the share you want to see public link events for.



Selecting a Share is required.



How to understand the report:


Path: the path to the file/folder that is in the public link.

Action: the type of event that happened to the file/folder in the link. (See below)

Date: the date and time of the event.

IP: the IP of the user that carried out the event.

User: the email address of the user that carried out the event.



Event types (Action):


LinkCreate: creation of a public link.

LinkUpdate: editing of a public link.

FileDownload: download of a file from a public link.

LinkOpen: opening of a link by a user.

LinkDelete: the deletion of a link.