Product Documentation


Feb 09, 2017

XenMobile provides the following pre-defined reports that let you analyze your app and device deployments:

  • Apps by Devices & User – Lists managed apps that users have on their devices. This report does not include the personal apps installed on a device. 
  • Terms & Conditions – Lists users who have accepted and declined Terms and Conditions agreements.
  • Top 25 Apps – Lists up to 25 apps that most users have on their devices.
  • Jailbroken/Rooted Devices – Lists jailbroken iOS devices and rooted Android devices.
  • Top 10 Apps – Failed Deployment - Lists up to 10 apps that have failed to deploy.
  • Inactive Devices – Lists devices that have been inactive for a specified period of time.
  • Apps by Type & Category – Lists apps by version, type, and category.
  • Device Enrollment – Lists all enrolled devices.
  • Apps by Platform – Lists apps and app versions by device platform and version.
  • Blacklisted Apps by Device & User - Lists blacklisted apps that users have on their devices.
  • Devices & Apps – Lists devices that are running managed apps.

The reports are in .csv format, which you can open with programs like Microsoft Excel.  

Follow these steps to create a report:

1. In the XenMobile console, click Analyze, and then click Reporting. The Reporting page appears.

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Each report type includes a description of the information the report gathers, as well as the specific report data, as shown in the following example:

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2. Click the report you want to create. Depending on the browser you are using, the file is automatically downloaded or you are asked to save the file. 

3. Repeat step 2 for each report you want to create.

The following figure shows part of a Top 25 Apps report as it appears in Microsoft Excel:

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Although it is possible to use SQL Server to create custom reports, Citrix does not recommend this method. Using the SQL Server database in this manner may have unforeseen consequences with your XenMobile deployment. If you do decide to pursue this method of reporting, ensure that SQL queries are run using a read-only account.