The User Report provides details of each user, including their assigned Device Classes, Roles, and Alert Rules, and indicates if a User Profile is inactive.
If a staff member is leaving your organization and you need to reassign their responsibilities, this report provides what's needed to reassign their OneVue responsibilities to another user.
The following provides details of what's included in the report and an example of the report. The Fields to Include options selected in the report profile set what optional fields (data) are included in the report. If the report does not include what's needed, be sure to review the options selected.
Report heading detail
Heading: displays the name of the Report Profile and the report date range.
Signature: when the report is manually generated (run now) by a user, the name of the user is displayed. If the report was automatically generated by the schedule set in the Report Profile no information is displayed and the signature line can be used for written signature purposes.
Run date: date and time the report was created.
Account: OneVue account name.
User profile detail
The report is sectioned by each user added to the report, displaying their user name and email. Inactive is displayed when a User Profile is deactivated, which the user cannot log in to OneVue and does not receive alert or system notifications.
Within each user section, the following details are provided. If a user is assigned to multiple devices classes, Business Units, Locations, and Alert Rules the report includes this level of detail.
Device Classes: identifies the user's assigned Device Classes. It's recommended that a user is assigned to the Device Classes for the OneVue solution deployed at your organization.
Business Unit Roles: lists a user's assigned Business Unit and Role. A user may be assigned to more than one Business Unit.
Location Roles: lists a user's assigned Location and Role. A user may be assigned to more than one Location.
User Alert Rules: lists the Alert Rules that generate alert notifications to the user during an alarm condition.
Alert Name: name of the Alert Rule.
Team: if the Alert Rule uses Team scheduling, identifies the name of the Team.
Shift: if the Alert Rule uses Team scheduling, identifies the shift the user is added to.
Escalation: identifies if the user receives alert and/or escalation notifications. Alerts Go To indicates the user receives alert notifications and Escalate To indicates the user receives one-time escalation notifications.