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Predefined Reports

Netwrix Auditor is shipped with 250+ ready-to-use reports designed by Netwrix industry experts. To find a report that is right for you, check out the predefined report types available in the product:

  • Enterprise Overview—Dashboards that provide quick access to important statistics across the audited IT infrastructure. They allow you to see the activity trends by date, user, object type, server or audited IT system, and drill through to detailed reports for further analysis. The Enterprise dashboard aggregates the information on changes from all data sources and provides a centralized overview. System-specific dashboards reflect all changes across all monitoring plans where audit of this target system is enabled. See Overview Dashboards for more information.
  • Organization level reports—High-level reports that aggregate data from all data sources and monitoring plans. They list all activity that occurred across the audited IT infrastructure. Enterprise Overview provides bird's eye view of changes and activity from all data sources and provides a centralized overview. See Organization Level Reports for more information.
  • Overview diagrams—System-specific diagram reports that aggregate audit data for an auditing system. They provide a high-level overview of changes within a selected time period. Overviews consist of four charts, showing the activity trends by date, user, object type or server, and drill through to detailed reports for further analysis. See Overview Dashboards for more information.
  • Change and activity reports—System-specific reports that aggregate audit data for a specific data source within specified monitoring plans. These reports show detailed data on changes and activity and provide grouping, sorting and filtering capabilities. Each report has a different set of filters allowing you to manage collected data in the most convenient way. See Change and Activity Reports for more information.
  • State-in-time reports—System-specific reports that aggregate data for a specific data source within a specified individual monitoring plan and allow reviewing the point-in-time state of the data source. These reports are based on daily snapshots and help you paint a picture of your system configuration at a specific moment in time. See State–in–Time Reports for more information. Currently, the Windows Server State-in-Time report set provides baselining functionality that help identify aberrant servers. See Baseline Reports for more information.
  • Changes with video reports—Windows server-based reports that provide video recordings of user activity on audited computers. See Reports with Video for more information.
  • Changes with review status reports—Both system-specific and overview reports that can be used in the basic change management process. These reports allow setting a review status for each change and providing comments. See Reports with Review Status for more information.

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