Reverse proxy reporting (using WebSpy Vantage Ultimate) is a great way to gain insight to how the Internet is using your published web sites or web applications. Forward proxy reporting is all about the users accessing content on the Internet from within your corporate network. Reverse proxy reporting is the opposite. When you have a …
What is an Alias? As defined by Google, in computing terms, an alias is: An alternative name or label that refers to a file, command, address, or other item, and can be used to locate or access it. When it comes to WebSpy Vantage, an alias takes log data that does not make sense and …
There are many different ways to report on websites in Vantage, but how do you know that you have got all the hits for the site you’re interested in, and all of it’s sub-domains?
A lot of the sample reports that come with WebSpy Vantage have a section of the report for Productivity, so what does this mean and how can you customize it?
This video tutorial will look at the best report templates to use when reporting on an individual user, and how to set up filters to select the right user. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/how-to-report-on-a-user/
This blog will look at the best report templates to use when reporting on an individual user, and how to set up filters to select the right user.
This is the fifth of a series of videos showing you how to configure Vantage in detail. This video will cover the Organization section of the software, showing you how to import your users and groups from Active Directory / LDAP. WebSpy Vantage Ultimate – Organization Module from Fastvue on Vimeo.
This is the third of a series of videos showing you how to configure Vantage in detail. In this video we’ll look at how to import some data into a storage, use the Summaries section, and start customizing Aliases. WebSpy Vantage Ultimate – Importing, Summaries and Aliases from Fastvue on Vimeo.
Today I thought I’d cover some interesting hit information and explain how you can get more out of your data by ensuring your hits are accurately reported on. As the term ‘hit’ can sometimes be confusing, let’s start off by properly define hits.
Today I was asked how to filter out computer objects when importing your Organizational structure into WebSpy Vantage. The default LDAP query when you first run through the Import Organization wizard should filter these computers objects out. The query is: