Different Type of ShareFile Reports


ShareFile allows Admin users and Employee users with the Allow this user to access account-wide reporting permission to receive detailed information about activity, usage, storage and permissions. Click the links below to view additional details for each report.

  • Usage – Review activity based on account, folder, or user. Activity in this report includes items such as: login, failed login, downloads/views, uploads, create folder, check in / check out, move, restore, create notes, edit, create URLs, delete, DLP scan (OK), DLP scan (rejected), and DLP share. Note: If the activity name is not checked when creating the report, no data will be returned for that activity name.
  • Access – Review access and permissions on folders. This report may be run at the account level, for a specific user, or on a specific folder.
  • Access Change – Review when users were added, edited, or removed from folders. This report may be run at the account level, for a specific user, or on a specific folder. This report can only be run with a date range no longer than 90 days.
  • Storage Detail – Review files stored in your account.
  • Storage Summary – Review data for the account or an individual user. Due to the scope of this report, it can only be run once a week, on a recurring basis. The named user in this report represents the owner of the folder in which the item resides.
  • Share Report – Review activity related to files that have been shared by users on the account. This includes any Share messages created via Send from ShareFile or Get a Link, as well as Share messages created in the Web App or other ShareFile apps. This report may be run at the account level or for a specific user. This report can only be run with a date range no longer than 90 days.
  • Request Report – Review activity related to file requests that have been sent by users on the account. This includes any Request messages created via Request from ShareFile or Get a Link, as well as Request messages created in the Web App or other ShareFile apps. This report may be run at the account level or for a specific user. This report can only be run with a date range no longer than 90 days.
  • User Report – Review a list of users on your account and their status as it relates to things like the Address Book or User Policies. If your account does not have or use the features associated with certain fields, they will return as blank.
  • Bandwidth Detail – Review uploads and downloads, including details about those transfers.
  • Bandwidth Summary – Review bandwidth usage details for users on account.
  • Messaging – Review details for all ShareFile messages and links created by the specified user.


Note:

See How to Create a ShareFile Report to learn how to access and create ShareFile Reports.

Note2:

Customized reporting is not supported and cannot be requested.

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