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Self-reporting
Administrator Help | Forcepoint Web Security and Forcepoint URL Filtering | v8.5.x
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Self-reporting is a feature you can enable to allow users to view investigative reports on their personal Internet activity. This allows them to see what kind of information is being gathered and monitored about them, which accommodates government regulations in many countries. In addition, viewing their own activity may encourage some users to alter their browsing habits so they meet the organization's Internet policy.
To enable self-reporting:
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Go to Settings > General > Directory Services, and configure the directory service used to authenticate users who access investigative reports with their network credentials. This may have been done previously to enable policy application by user and group names. See Connecting web protection software to a directory service.
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Go to the Settings > Reporting > Preferences, and mark the Allow self-reporting check box. See Configuring reporting preferences.
After enabling the option, be sure to give users the information they need to run the reports:
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https://<IP_address>:9443/mng/login/pages/selfReportingLogin.jsf
Replace <IP_address> with the IP address of the management server.
Remind users that they can save the URL as a favorite or bookmark for future use.
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Self-reporting users must enter their network user name and password during logon.

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