Mar. 28, 2017
The organization reports provide summaries of the status of the managed applications that have been deployed to users and computers in entities that are defined in Active Directory or System Center Configuration Manager. In this context, managed applications are applications that are deployed through Active Directory or Configuration Manager.
There are two ways to open the organizational reports.
From the Users and Computers screen:
Directly from the side bar:
The Report Viewer provides a summary that shows the RAG status for the selected report technology of the managed applications deployed to the selected entities. You can drill down to standard AppDNA application reports for those applications.
You can change the selected entities and report at any time by clicking Change Selection on the toolbar. This opens the Users and Computers screen in a separate window. Make your selections and then click Select to apply them.
The Organizational Unit report view provides a summary of the status of the managed applications deployed to the users and computers in the selected organizational units and all of the immediate child organizational units.
The summary shows the number of computers and users in each organizational unit and a summary of the RAG status of the managed applications deployed to them. The names of the organizational units that have child organizational units are links that you can click to view a similar report for the child organizational units.
The Active Directory Group and ConfigMgr Collection report views provide a summary of the status of the managed applications deployed to the users and computers in the selected Active Directory group or ConfigMgr collection.
The Computers report view provides a summary of the status of the managed applications deployed to the selected computers.
Click the counts in any of the Applications columns to view the Application Issues report view for those applications.