Member statistics by OU Provides information on how many objects are held in each Organizational Unit. The list is split by object type, allowing you to view the number of objects of each individual type, such as the number of users, computers, groups, contacts, printers and shared folders. By clicking a number in the list you can examine the objects represented by that number.
Organizational Unit membership For each Organizational Unit (OU), lists the objects held in that OU. The report is split by object type, allowing you to view the objects of each individual type in a separate list. You can view information about the following objects: users, computers, groups, contacts, printers and shared folders.
Organizational Unit hierarchy Lists the Organizational Units (OUs) defined in a given Active Directory domain, representing the parent-child structure of OUs in a tree-like view. You can use this report to determine all OUs that are descendants of a particular OU, observing the entire tree of the OUs rooted in that OU.
Active Directory Assessment/Other Directory Objects
Active Directory Assessment/Other Directory Objects/
Active Directory Object Properties Lists the objects that meet the conditions you specify. For each object, provides information about its properties, allowing you to choose the properties to be displayed.
Computer Accounts Lists the computer accounts held in a given domain or container (Organizational Unit). You can filter the list by various characteristics, such creation date, status (enabled or disabled) or computer operating system, of computer accounts.
All discontinued computer accounts Lists the computer accounts that are not in use for whatever reason, such as accounts that are disabled, expired, not used for logon during a certain time period, or accounts whose password has expired, and allows you to examine each account in detail.
Active Directory Assessment/Potential Issues
Active Directory Assessment/Potential Issues/
Cycled Groups Lists the Active Directory groups, if any, each of which is a member of itself. You can use this report to determine whether your Active Directory domain has any group configured to contain itself as a member (for instance, group A is a member of group B which in turn is a member of group A). Note that such a configuration may cause administrative issues.
Active Roles Tracking Log/Active Directory Management
Active Roles Tracking Log/Active Directory Management/
User attribute management Lists the changes that were made to Active Directory domain user accounts via Active Roles, allowing you to determine when and by whom individual user properties were changed, and view the values to which the properties were changed. You can filter the list by time period when changes occurred, name of the person who made changes, and name of the properties that were changed.
Directory object management Lists the changes that were made to any objects in Active Directory via Active Roles, allowing you to examine the changes in detail and determine when and by whom the changes were made. You can configure various conditions to filter the list by object type (such as user, computer, group, or any other object type), category of changes (such as creation, modification, or deletion of objects), object properties that were changed, time period when changes occurred, and name of the person who made changes.
Deprovisioning of User Accounts Lists the Active Directory domain user accounts that were deprovisioned via Active Roles, allowing you to determine when and by whom individual user accounts were deprovisioned. You can filter the list by time period when user accounts were deprovisioned, name of the person who deprovisioned user accounts, and name and location of deprovisioned user accounts.