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Enterprise storage reports

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Updated: June 16, 2017

Enterprise Reports present high-level summary views of network performance, while allowing the administrator to drill down to see underlying data.

The administrator can look across the enterprise and see a summary view of how much storage space each user is utilizing, then drill down to see the types of files and their locations for that individual user.

The report also provides visibility into how logical and physical storage and data are presented by storage tier, business unit, data center, location, or other logical group using flexible grouping of volumes, qtrees, LUNs, and directories.

 
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