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User reports

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Updated: June 16, 2017


SRM Profiler allows each user to run preformatted and user-defined reports. Both types of reports may be scheduled to run periodically at specific times. The Reports menu selection has several options:

  • My Reports: This option is for building user-defined reports. These reports will always be accessible to the individual user or the administrator. The user has the option to set the permission level of a report so that the report can be shared with other users.
  • Shared Reports: Reports created by any user in My Reports may be shared with other users in the same group or with all users. If any reports are shared they will be listed under this menu option. Administrators always have access to all reports, regardless of who created the report.
  • Quick Reports: This is a selection of reports preformatted by SRM Profiler. These reports cover a broad spectrum of file, device, and network parameters. Parameters include: disk usage, disk performance, disk and file system inventory, CPU/Memory performance statistics, network statistics and virtual memory performance statistics.

You can "star" a report as favorite, on the My Reports, Quick Reports, and Shared Reports page. A check box is added to the top of each page so that the user can filter each page to only show the favorites.

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