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 video tutorial covers the filters dialog and all options related to filtering in Vantage. You can also view this information in a text article here:
Vantage is designed to import everything from your log files, but if you are not interested in looking all of the fields available, then this could be slowing down your reports.
This article is designed to provide information about reporting on file and/or folder access. Confidential files that require protection generally require a sophisticated end point security or file auditing solution, however Microsoft provides a Windows Security Event log that can be configured to report on this information.
One of the most common things we hear is ‘how do I report on when a site was visited’. While this poses a few potential problems, this article will look at some possible solutions.
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.
In this blog we will look at the construction of a node within the report template, and what you can customize on it.
We have released an automatic update for the Vantage range of applications. This update includes some new loader formats as well minor fixes and improvements. Of note, this release includes support for the new format of IronPort, Palo Alto Threat and URL filtering, Clearswift Email Appliance, and Infoblox NIOS DNS queries; as well as improvements …
This is the first in a series of articles on customizing report templates in Vantage. The first step is opening up the existing templates to all of the fields available in your log files, rather than just the base fields, giving you more data to work with.
In the latest Vantage auto-update (22.214.171.124), we’ve included an experimental feature to allow multiple instances of WebSpy Vantage to run on the same operating system. The goal here is to run reports at the same time using multiple instances of the application. To do this, we have also include a second experimental feature to disable …