This section provides the following information.
- Intronis Dashboard overview
- Backup status icons
- Backup history drop-down menu
- Backup Status sorted by accounts and filters
- Dashboard summary
- Expandable detailed list of all accounts
The Intronis Dashboard immediately displays the latest status of account activity with a graphical interface, as shown in Figure 1.
Note: At least one agent must be connected for the dashboard to display.
Figure 1. Intronis Dashboard.
The following table provides a description of the Intronis Dashboard icons.
The ratio below each icon (highlighted in the Completed icon example below), represents the number of successful backups over the total number of backups that have completed. Therefore, if a backup is completed 3 times in the past 7 days, the count is reported as three.
The backup history drop-down menu is located at the upper left of the Dashboard page.
With the backup history drop-down menu, you can display backups that have completed in the last 12 or 24 hours, or the last 7 days, as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2. Backup History Drop-Down Menu.
You can use the Sort Account By drop-down menu and the Filter By check boxes to manage the backup status that you would like displayed, as shown in Figure 3.
Figure 3. Graphic Status Sorted by Accounts and Filtered by Status.
After you make your filter selections, the Changes have not yet been applied message is displayed, as shown below.
Click the Apply button to apply the changes.
You can sort the accounts that are graphically displayed by the following:
- Account name
- # of failed backups
- % of failed backups
- # of currently running
You can filter the accounts that are graphically displayed by the following:
The Dashboard Summary provides the date/time of the last update, and drop-down menus that allow you to select the number of accounts to display as well as the page that you want to view, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4. Dashboard Summary.
Expandable Detail List
Clicking the arrow by the account expands the list of completed backups.
Figure 5. Expandable Detail List.
Figure 5 displays the detail list for each account with links to status logs and associated computers.
By clicking the link in the Reason column, you can drill down to the log to view status, as shown in Figure 6. You also can export a CSV file of the log by clicking the Export to CSV button at the lower right page.
Figure 6. Log View.
By clicking the link in the Computer ID column, you can display the computer being managed, as shown in Figure 7.
Figure 7. Computer ID Activity View.