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?
In this video we will look at how to report on the search terms that users have typed into search engines. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/reporting-on-keywords-typed-into-search-engines/
This article will show you how to report on categories of websites with WebSpy Vantage.
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.
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.
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: