You can view a list of all reports scheduled for generation. The list provides details for each scheduled report, such as report name, description, recurrence, and time of next run. Optionally, you can immediately generate any scheduled report in the list without waiting for its next generation time.
To use Defender reports, the user account with which you sign in to the Defender Management Portal must have an appropriate portal role assigned. For more information, see Portal roles.
To view a list of scheduled reports
The right pane displays a list of all scheduled reports.
To immediately generate a report, click Run Now next to that report.
You can selectively delete the scheduled reports you no longer need.
To use Defender reports, the user account with which you sign in to the Defender Management Portal must have an appropriate portal role assigned. For more information, see Opening the portal.
To selectively delete generated reports
For more information, see Opening the portal.
The right pane displays a list of all reports scheduled for generation
The Defender Management Portal database is stored in a file named SelfReg.sdf, held in the folder “%ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Defender\Management Portal\WWW\App_Data” on the computer running the Defender Management Portal. This section covers the following database management tasks:
By default, the Defender Management Portal database is not encrypted. However, as this database contains a service account password used by the Defender Management Portal, you may want to encrypt the database.
To encrypt the database
connectionString="data source=|DataDirectory|\SelfReg.sdf;Max Database Size=4091;password=NewDatabasePassword"
NewDatabasePassword is the password you have set in Step 2 of this procedure.
Sample command to encrypt the database connection string on an x86 system:
%WinDir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\aspnet_regiis.exe -pef "connectionStrings" "%ProgramFiles%\One Identity\Defender\Management Portal\WWW" -prov "DataProtectionConfigurationProvider"