Skip to main content
Druva Documentation

inSync Admin Console interface

This topic introduces the different types of pages and general structure of the inSync Admin Console interface.

Types of pages

The types of pages in the inSync Admin Console are as follows:

Page Description

The module pages allow you to monitor inSync and take corrective actions as and when required.

The module pages are as follows:

  • Dashboard: This page provides an overall view of your inSync setup.
  • Backup: This page displays information about data backups from the user devices.
  • Restore: This page displays information about data restores to user devices.
  • DLP: This page displays information about data loss prevention feature of inSync.
  • Share: This page displays information about the share feature of inSync.
  • Analytics: This page displays information about the files being backed by through inSync.

The manage pages allow you to perform various activities on different inSync entities.

The manage pages are as follows:

  • Storage: This page allows you to create and manage the storages used by inSync to backup data from user's devices.
  • Profiles: This page allows you to create and manage the inSync profiles.
  • Users: This page allows you to create and manage the inSync users.
  • Devices: This page allows you to manage various devices that the users back up using inSync.
  • AD Mapping: This page allows you to define the criteria based on which users will be imported from an Active Directory (AD).
  • Settings: This page allows you to manage various inSync settings that are essential for its functions such as email, network, certificates, and other settings.
Details The details pages display detailed information about a single entity. This page is displayed when you click on the links that are present on the manage and module pages. For example, on the Manage Users page, if you click on a user name, the detailed page for that user is displayed.

The report pages displays information related to various activities, alerts, and reports for the inSync setup.

The report pages are as follows:

  • Live Activities: This page displays the last 30 activities pertaining to some aspect of inSync.
  • Alerts: This page allows you to configure the subscribers for each alert and view the alerts that you have subscribed for and manage active alerts.
  • Reports: This page allows you to generate reports.
  • Diagnostics: This page allows you to investigate and analyze any issue with your inSync setup.

General structure of any page

The following figure  explains the general structure of any page in inSync:


The objective of each area is described in the following table:

S/N Area Description
1 Navigation bar The links on the left-side of the navigation bar contain menus that helps navigate to various areas of the inSync Admin Console. The links on the right-side of the navigation bar allows you to access the Help files, manage your profile, and log out of the inSync Admin Console.
2 Quick links The quick links give you direct shortcuts to the manage pages that are listed in the Quick Links area. The Download inSync Client allows you to download the inSync Client on your computer. The quick links are displayed when the width of the internet browser is more than 1024 pixels
3 Graph area The graph area represents the overall view of the module.
Graphs are not applicable to report and manage pages.
4 Notification area The notification area displays alert notifications.
5 Details area  The details area displays detailed information about the module.

  • Was this article helpful?