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Reviewing Report Center scheduled reports
(Added with 8.5.3)
Click Review Reports on the Scheduler page to open Review Reports and view a list of all of the reports that were created each time a scheduled job ran successfully. Details include:
 
The name of the administrator who scheduled the report.
The list provided contains the reports created by scheduled jobs owned by the user accessing the page. This is also true for the Super Administrator. Unlike the list of scheduled jobs, the Review Reports page will include only the reports generated by the jobs owned by "admin".
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The report is downloaded to the local downloads folder. Open or save the file to view it.
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Reports are stored on the management server machine for a length of time configured on the Setting  > Reporting > Preferences page of Forcepoint Security Manager. Use the Store report for drop-down list to indicate how long reports are stored (5 days, by default). Also, define how long a warning is displayed on the Review Reports page before a report is deleted (3 days, by default).
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Configured sorts are maintained when using Refresh.
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The page sorts by Creation Date, by default, with the most recent report listed first.
Select any column heading to change the sort to that column. Select a column again to reverse the sort.
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Report files are saved as zip files in order to use the least amount of disk space. Reports that fail to generate due to insufficient disk space report "Low disk space" in the message column of the job history page.
If a report record fails to be added to the Log Database, the file is not saved to disk.
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Delete a report by selecting it and clicking Delete. The report is removed from the management server and from the Log Database.
Reports that are stored for the length of time configured on the Setting  > Reporting > Preferences page are then automatically deleted from the disk and the corresponding record is deleted from the Log Database. If you want to retain reports for a longer period of time, include them in your backup routine or save them to a location that permits long term storage.
If the job associated with a report is deleted, the report remains on the disk.
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Click Back or use the breadcrumb at the top of the page to return to the Scheduler page.

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