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Accessing self-reporting
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Self-reporting allows you to evaluate your own Internet browsing activities and adjust them, as needed, to meet organizational guidelines. It also accommodates government regulations that require organizations to let users see the type of information being collected.
If self-reporting is enabled in your organization, access it from your browser:
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If Policy Server shows a drop-down list, choose the IP address for the Policy Server that logs information on your Internet activity.
Contact your administrator for assistance.
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Enter the User name and Password you use to log on to the network.
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Click Log On.
The Forcepoint Security Manager displays an investigative report showing your Internet activity by risk class. Click the various links and elements on the page to access other options for alternative views of the information stored on your activity. Use the Help system for assistance when working with the reports.

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