I use the Service Metrics reports a lot lately to find unused network cables. I request from one or more switches the report of the service interface health / Operational Status The weboutput isn't complete sometimes. the CSV output isn't usable, no decent overview. But the PDF output is quite good. The only thing for me, it isn't sorted on instance name. Can there be a possibility (and not only with this report) that ...more »
Hello, It seems the CSV export only export the current page that is displayed. So, if we have 6 pages we will need to manually go on each page and run the CSV export for 6 pages, 6 times. Is it possible to extend the CSV export to all pages to do a full export at once? We have seen this behaviour within the "Connected devices" tab related to Active Discovery but I'm pretty sure it's the same for other menus. Thank ...more »
We already have the possibility to track the time spent in remote session using takecontrol, using the dedicated report.
Would it be possible to get the same kind of reports, for the remote background management?
It would be handy to know how many time is spent on devices, in order to justify the work that is done on devices regarding customers.
I have noticed that if you approve a patch for install. Then the device discovers that this patch has been superseded, the original patch is removed from any patch reports and in the Patch Management, and it still gets installed. There is no way to track what has been installed when it has been superseded. So a step by step scenario would be: 1. Patch is detected i.e. Patch1 2. Set Approval to 'Approve for Install' ...more »
I would like an Ncentral Report that displays what each probe for a customer is monitoring. Support was able to generate this report for me upon request. Can this be made accessible to us? Report attached.
I think it would be great if we could get a view similar to the scheduled tasks view for maintenance windows or be able to report on maintenance windows for a group of devices (By Filter or Service Template etc..)
Looking for the ability to generate a report which outlines the exclusions in place at a client's site.
Requesting the ability to configure the N-central-based Executive Summary report at the SO-level.
Currently, the only configuration can be done at the Customer levels
We would like to be able to report on devices based on their remote control method, and whether unattended access is configured. A "who changed this" would be great as well.
This would be useful to determine compliance in situations that require this information, and to easily let our clients know when they ask for this information.
Would like to see information added to the product by way of patch reporting that outlines what patches were approved by which auto-approval rules on each device.
It would be nice to see a column added to the Patch Approvals and Installations Report under patch details.
Would also like to be able to see patch details when running the report at the SO Level.
I recently had an issue where a client's patch data is not available in report manager, and I opened a case. They told me it was due to the client's usage of WSUS.
Well, how are we going to sell them on the idea of patch management if we can't report on the shortcomings of WSUS?! It would be nice if the agent reported installed patches regardless of if the device is on patch management, or if WSUS is in use.
This report would outline every user which exists on an N-central user, regardless of at which level (s)he exists.