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Using the Device Tracker User Details

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 20, 2017

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Device Tracker User Details view opens when you click a user listed under All User Log Ins. Click Customize Page to open a resource and view information.

User Details

Provides a list of details associated with the user account, including the user's display name, first and last name, title, department, office, company, manager, assistant, email addresses, group memberships, phone number, street address, city, state, zip code and country or region.

Click Edit to specify the maximum number of email addresses or groups to display for this user and the maximum number or details (rows) to display for from the user record. The UDT database receives all the information from the AD domain controller that the administrator has not blocked due to internal policies.

All Endpoint Log Ins

Provides a searchable list of endpoints on which a user has logged in, including the endpoint name, and most recent log in time.

Use the Search window to see data only related to a specific endpoint.

 

 
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