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Reviewing older posts (pre-forum), it appears that the log file location defaults to C: (KB131438) and cannot be configured. Is this still true in the latest version?
Use case; C:\ is starting to fill up and we would like to move to another drive with...
I can export a report definition successfully with the following PS command...
$rpt = Get-ERReport "My Reports\Account Operators"
Export-ERReportDefinition $rpt -Destination c:\
...and can import (the exported definition) via the Enterprise Reporter...
Is there a way to duplicate the functionality of the Local Group Member Report from the Report Library and remove the "include the following computers" field and replace that field with "include the following organizational units" field...
I have set the discovery for AD to collect group nestings as needed -but I need to make a report now for it.
Required fields Domain and Group name to input to report nested information on.
Domain name, Group name, OU path to group, domain...
I would like to get a report that can give me the last modified date done on a Domain group for example an AD Security Group who members were added/removed and the date.
My OneDrive discovery returns a OneDrive tenant error. The account I am using for o365 is a global admin, sharepoint admin, exchange admin, and Teams service admin.
The OneDrive Discovery application is configured for my onmicrosoft.com tenant using a...
I am setting up discoveries for the first time and I am having multiple issues with my Azure/o365 tenant. I will start with MS Teams. The account I am using for o365 is a global admin, sharepoint admin, exchange admin, and Teams service admin.
I am using Enterprise Reporter on active directory users creating a report to find out who creates user accounts. For example, testUser1 was created on (Date) by user account (JSmith1). I was looking through the Field list in the report definition...
I am looking into a customer request (Iron Mountain) for a report which would enumerate all direct and indirect subordinates to an AD user to the bottom most level. Their use case is primarily centered around constructing and altering distribution lists...
I need to find if a specific group have access on any folder on my file server.
What is the better Report to do that?
thanks for help me
I would like to get a report that can give me the last change done by a user (UserID) for example an AD Security Group identify who was the last person to add or remove a member.