Summary Report in Privilege Management Console

The bar charts on the Summary dashboard summarize the most important activity that has occurred in the time period defined by the quick filter. The legends to the right of the bar charts display totals for the shown activities. Click on the legend or on a chart to show details of an action type. The Administration, Applications, and Incidents tables provide additional information to help inform workstyle development or to show anomalous user behavior in your organization.

Summary dashboard example output - Windows Events by Action

The Summary dashboard includes the following tables:

Table Description

Applications discovered

The total number of newly discovered Applications split by the type of user rights required:

  • Admin rights required
  • Standard rights required

Discovered applications are shown in the Applications table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.

Admin logons, by users, on endpoints

Summarizes the number of admin logons, how many users carried them out, and how many endpoints were used.

Admin Logons are shown in the Administration table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.

Applications run from external sources

The number of applications that were run from external sources.

Applications Run from external sources are shown in the Applications table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.

Trusted Application Protection

The number of Trusted Application (TAP) incidents, how many users, and how many endpoints were affected.

TAP events are shown in the Incidents table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.

Attempts to modify privileged groups

The number of blocked attempts to modify privileged groups.

Attempts to modify privileged groups are shown in the Administration table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.

UAC matches

The number of applications that triggered User Account Control (UAC).

UAC events are shown in the Incidents table. Click the number next to the OS icon to show details.