Configure the Endpoint policy non-compliance report

If you use role-based administration, you must have the Report configuration right to perform this task. For more information, see Managing roles and sub-estates.

The Endpoint policy non-compliance report shows the percentage or number of computers that do not comply with their group policy, summarized at specified intervals.

  1. Click the Reports icon on the toolbar.
  2. In the Report Manager dialog box, select Endpoint policy non-compliance and click Properties.
  3. In the Endpoint Policy Non-Compliance Properties dialog box, on the Configuration tab, set up the options you want.
    1. In the Report details panel, edit the name and description of the report, if you wish.
    2. In the Reporting period panel, in the Period text box, click the drop-down arrow and select a time period.

      You can either select a fixed period, for example, Last month, or select Custom and specify your own time period in the Start and End boxes.

    3. In the Show panel, select the policies you want to show in the report. By default, only Anti-virus and HIPS policy is selected.
  4. In the Display options tab, under Display results per, specify the intervals of time at which the non-compliance is measured, for example, each hour or each day, click the drop-down arrow and select an interval.
  5. Under Display results as, select whether you want to display results as percentages or numbers.
  6. On the Schedule tab, select Schedule this report if you want to run the report at regular intervals, with the results being sent to your chosen recipients as email attachments. Enter the start date and time and the frequency with which the report will be generated, specify the output file format and language, and enter the email addresses of the recipients of the report.