- Users: provides a table containing User Full Names, Login Names, Recipient Type, Account Type, etc. By clicking ‘Columns’, you can add or remove information from the table. You can also export, save, print, or schedule this report with applied changes and filters. You can find more information on the actions available on the reports in this article: 2.15 Report Actions
- Custom Report: you can use this section to create your own table by choosing from a set of available fields. You can also apply filters to your table.
- User Analyzer: an advanced dataset filter that allows you to search tables for any attributes or properties. You can add new filter properties by clicking ‘Add Aggregation’. It allows you to quickly filter through users by company, license pool, country, city, last logon time and much more. As you select a filter you’ll be able to see live search results with the most up-to-date user activity information displayed on the page.
- Custom Pivot These pivot tables provide an interactive data summarization tool to automatically condense large datasets into a separate, concise table. This means that you can aggregate your results and rotate rows into columns easily. To modify the Pivot's groupings, you look for the menu on the right side of the display and click on Fields. Once you click on the Fields button, the Fields dialog will display. This is where you build the actual pivot. If you’re already familiar with Excel Pivot table, it will be easy for you to build it.Here are some pointers:
- To select a field for use in the pivot, click on the checkbox corresponding to the associated attribute.
- Similarly, the reverse will remove the field from the pivot.
- Fields can be dragged and dropped between Report filters, Rows, Columns, and Values.
Once you are done, click on the grey Apply button to view your results. Make you can make adjustments to the report by clicking on "Fields" button again and editing the pivot. Once you are satisfied with the results, you can then save and/or export the results.
- Multi Geo: helps our customers have a clear overview of how the Office 365 users are distributed to multiple geographic regions within an existing tenant based on a specific Office 365 datacenter region. This report is populated only if your tenant is Multi-Geo enabled and PreferredDataLocation is configured in Azure AD Connect Sync. For more information please consult this page.
- Guest Users provides a list of external users present in the tenant
- Partial Import Users provides a table of Office 365 users who have been imported through the partial import into the CoreView portal
- Inactive Guest Users provides a list of inactive guest users based on the Last Office 365 Activity Date attribute
- Disabled Users provides a list of disabled users based on the Block Credentials attribute
- Created By allow the operators to check who created an user on Azure AD
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