Data Activity Reports provide administrators with robust tools to monitor user data integrity, and server-client communication performance to ensure the server is reporting the most up-to-date data. Quickly identify users with missing data to address potential data upload or tracking issues, and review the daily data upload report to ensure a healthy trend in your database’s consumption rate.


How does it work? 

The Data Activity Reports are located under Tools > Logs > Data Activity.

Last Data Activities: helps administrators troubleshoot any data missing issues from AccessPatrol, BrowseReporter, and enPowerManager. 

Data Data Uploads: count the total number of daily uploads from AccessPatrol and BrowseReporter for baseline monitoring. 

Last Data Activities 

Assess whether or not your active users are reporting data to the server regularly to ensure data integrity in your database. Identify inactive users that haven’t uploaded data to your server in a while. Remove inactive users and decommission computers to optimize the performance of your database. 

User: this report is grouped by users.

Group: the group your users belong to in CurrentWare.

Last activity date: this is the last time your users have uploaded any data from any CurrentWare solutions to the server. 

Days since the last activity: the number of days from the last activity uploaded.

Last login date: the last time your user connected to the server.

Days since last user login: the number of days from your user’s last connection.

Action: to view the details of each last activity and the uploaded computer. 

View Last Activities

See the last activity date for each solution data type and which computer it was uploaded from. 

Activity: the tracked solution data type includes:

  • AccessPatrol’s accessed devices and transferred files
  • BrowseReporter’s application and website usage
  • enPowerManager’s login details

Last activity date: this is the last time your users have uploaded solution data to the server. 

Computer: this is the computer data was uploaded from. 

How to use this report?

1. Data integrity health check

When you first run this report, go through the list and see if you can identify active users. If your list is empty or only contains inactive users, then your server is running smoothly and is receiving data from all of your users.

2. Identify active users with missing data

Active users should not be displayed on this list. Normally, active users should be constantly uploading data server. If you see an active user on this list, it is an indication that the user is not connected to the server. 

To troubleshoot this issue, follow the recommendations on our client connection troubleshooting guide to fix your issue. 

3. Identify active users with missing data & recent logins 

If you see a user with a recent login date but hasn’t uploaded to the server in a while (see an example screenshot below). This is an indication that the user is connecting to the server but hasn’t uploaded any data to it for a while. There is a possibility that this user is experiencing a tracking or uploading issue. 

To troubleshoot this issue, make sure your CurrentWare ports are open for data upload. Contact the CurrentWare support team for further technical assistance. 


Daily Data Uploads

Monitor data uploads and look for patterns deviating from the usual daily average. This can help spot issues such as disconnected clients or errors occurring during data uploads. 

  • Date: the report is grouped by date
  • Total URL records & users: the total number of records uploaded to the server related to BrowseReporter’s website tracking module, along with the unique users count.
  • Total APP records & users: the total number of records uploaded to the server related to BrowseReporter’s application tracking module, along with the unique users count.
  • Total File records & users: the total number of records uploaded to the server related to AccessPatrol’s file transfer tracking module, along with the unique users count.
  • Total Device records & users: the total number of records uploaded to the server related to AccessPatrol’s device tracking module, along with the unique users count.

How to use this report?

1. Data integrity health check

When the record count and user count for your data remain consistent on a day-to-day basis, this is a good sign. Your server is receiving data normally from your users.

2. A significant drop in the record count and number of users

When the record count of your data and the number of users drop significantly from the daily average, check the calendar to see if the drop is expected. For example, the count drop could be due to a holiday, office events, or the weekend.

If you see a pattern of significant drop for more than several days, review the client connection troubleshooting guide and make sure your make sure your CurrentWare ports are open. Contact the CurrentWare support team for further technical assistance. 

Export to Excel and Export to PDF

Both reports allow the administrator to conveniently export the data in the current view of the table to .XLSX or a .PDF file for further data analysis. 

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