Creating and viewing encryption reports

April 17, 2023

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You can generate the following reports:

  • Report on encryption status of mass storage devices. This report contains information about the device encryption status for all groups of devices.
  • Report on rights of access to encrypted drives. This report contains information about the status of user accounts that have been granted access to encrypted drives.
  • Report on file encryption errors. This report contains information about errors that occurred when data encryption or decryption tasks were run on devices.
  • Report on blockage of access to encrypted files. This report contains information about blocking application access to encrypted files.

You can generate any report in the MONITORING & REPORTINGREPORTS section. Alternatively, you can generate some of the encryption reports in the ENCRYPTED DRIVES section and the ENCRYPTION EVENTS section.

To generate encryption reports in the ENCRYPTED DRIVES section:

  1. Make sure that you enabled the Show data encryption and protection option in the Interface options.
  2. Select OPERATIONSDATA ENCRYPTION AND PROTECTION, and in the drop-down list select ENCRYPTED DRIVES.
  3. To generate an encryption report, click the name of the report that you want to generate:
    • Report on encryption status of mass storage devices
    • Report on rights to access encrypted drives

The report generation starts.

To generate Report on file encryption errors in the ENCRYPTION EVENTS section:

  1. Make sure that you enabled the Show data encryption and protection option in the Interface options.
  2. Select OPERATIONSDATA ENCRYPTION AND PROTECTION, and in the drop-down list select ENCRYPTION EVENTS.
  3. To generate the encryption report, click the Report on file encryption errors link.

The report generation starts.

See also:

Scenario: Configuring network protection

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