We are looking for the ability to have time based reporting. For example, we would like to run a report on resource usage between 8am and 5pm to understand areas of concern during business hours. This would allow us to better understand resource usage during a given time frame and allow us to more accurately make recommendations to clients based on data during heavy use and not during idle time.
It would be good Report Manager was able to connect to multiple ncentral servers instead of being dedicated to one ncentral server.
The software inventory report contains thousands of records when you consider all the users and workstations in a network. Being able to sort or filter out, by date, just the applications that were installed in the past x days, would be helpful in identifying what has actually been added to the network.
it would be good to be able to generate a report for all the alerts that gets raised on a daily basis. at the moment we can do that per customers level but i am unable to generate one for all customers. the reports are generated will assist in providing accuracy on the number of alerts handled across all managed customers. at the moment we do that manually by combining the output in Excel.
When running an Executive summary report the section Hardware Firewall shows 1/5 devices monitored. Because this section looks at all Switch's/Routers as possible Firewalls they get pulled in even thou the 4 devices are not firewalls. It would be nice if there was an actual device class called Firewalls so we can have this report show correctly. Currently this would give a 20% or F as a score for this section and affects ...more »
We bill most of our customers on a per-machine basis, but we have a handful (mostly RDS / Terminal Server environments) that we bill by the user. N-Central has access to the information via the Domain User Management section, but I don't believe it is available via reports anywhere. We're not looking to build an audit trail with this data, but simply need a snapshot to adjust monthly billing. For our purposes at least, ...more »
The ability to have ignored devices on Noc, to be not shown in executive summary reports.
We issue reports to the clients on Patch status and we are getting a lot of patches in reports that have been superseded and the client is asking why there was no record of that patch being installed, on a monthly basis. It would be nice to show in the report that the patches have been superseded.
This would be for all patch reports in N-Central and Report Manager.
Dear N-central Team, I've had a ticket open for almost a week on which should be a 101 feature of N-central / Report Manager Server: Being able to report, and have a dashboard on all missing patches that are older than 2 weeks. And also to be able to report and have a dashboard on the Server Pack / Feature Pack / Build version across all Servers and workstations across all customers, and also per customer. And this ...more »
Under the Executive Summary Report >> Asset Management / Server and Network Warranty in Report Manager it puts the MAC workstations under Server Network instead of endpoints or workstation warranty
This should be changed
Right now it's possible to filter a report by customer, but not by site.
The only way around this would be to filter by a rule and then we would need to create a rule and a filter for that specific site's devices
But why not being able to see in a report for a customer the respective sites where a device is included in?
Or why not being able to filter by site?
In Reference to my Ticket that I registered about a week ago: 00962060 - Apparently Building Custom Reports using Models in SQL Report Builder is no longer supported?(Contrary to the Documentation available on the Solarwinds community portal) Could a Feature be done in N-Central Report Manager to build custom reports using drag and drop functionality of ALL Data Sets? In some Cases we need combined data from Different ...more »