Reports provide access to logged information, and current information about the users, administrators, and system activity in a deployment. This information is useful for troubleshooting, auditing security issues, and demonstrating compliance with various policies.

You create a report using one of the supplied templates. Each template allows you to choose the types of information being reported and the parameters to apply in order to refine that information. For example, you can use the All Users template to create a report that generates a list of all the users in your deployment by first and last name who are enabled for risk-based authentication.

After you have created and saved a report, an administrator can run the report manually at any time. For instructions, see Run a Report Job. You can also schedule the report to run automatically on a given day and time. For instructions, see Schedule a Recurring Report Job.

You can view the report output in the Security Console, or download the report as a CSV, XML, or HTML file.

RSA Authentication Manager inserts a blank (space) character before any CSV file report field that starts with an equals to (=), plus (+), minus (-), or at (@) character. This prevents spreadsheet programs, such as Microsoft Excel, from interpreting the data as a formula.