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Manage report subscriptions for non-administrators

Phoenix allows non-administrators to subscribe to reports for tracking activities and troubleshooting issues. The reports will be sent through emails to the subscribed non-administrators based on the schedules.

Cloud administrator can configure report subscriptions for other non-administrators for all organizations. Organization administrator can configure report subscriptions for non-administrators for the organization to which an organization administrator has an access to. Group administrator cannot configure report subscriptions for non-administrators. However, the group administrator can only view the list of non-administrators subscribed to their server group. 

Additionally, Phoenix administrators can view, edit, and delete report subscriptions and report schedules for non-administrators. Cloud administrators can view, edit, and delete report subscriptions and report schedules for non-administrators for all organizations. Organization administrators can view, edit, and delete report subscriptions and report schedules for non-administrators for the organization that they have access to. Group administrators can only view the non-admin list for those server groups they have access to; however, they cannot edit or delete report subscriptions for non-administrators.

This topic provides instructions for the following:

Subscribe to reports

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console.
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Reports.
    The Manage Reports page opens.
  4. On the Manage Reports page, click the Non-admin Subscriptions tab.
  5. On the top-right corner of the page, click Add New Subscription.
    The Add New Subscription page opens.
    Report Non-admin Subscription
  6. On the Add New Subscription page, provide the following information.
    • Display Name: The name of the non-administrator to be configured for receiving reports. 
    • Email ID: The email address of the non-administrator. 
  7. Click Add Email to configure other non-administrators.
  8. Repeat the step 6 to configure more non-administrators to receive reports.
  9. Provide the following information.
    • Report Type: The type of the Phoenix report that you want to configure, such as Backup Activity, Restore Activity, Server Status, Alerts History, Disaster Recovery Activity, and Storage Consumption by Servers.
      After you select the report type, under Server Group(s), the following two radio buttons appear:
    • All: Click All to subscribe to the report for servers associated to all server groups.
    • Specific: Click Specific to subscribe to reports for servers associated to a particular list of server groups, and then select server groups in the adjacent box.
  10. Click Add Report to configure other report type for the configured non-administrators.
  11. Repeat the step 9.
    Report - Add Non-admin Subscription
  12. Click Next.
    The Email Schedule page opens.
    Report Non-admin Email Schedule
  13. Provide the following information.
    Field Description
    Send Report Specifies when to send the reports, such as DailyWeekly, or Monthly.
    Frequency

    Specifies how often to send the reports.

    This field is enabled, if you click the Weekly and Monthly options in the Send Report radio button.

    Time The time to trigger the report.
    Format The format to generate report, such as HTML or CSV.

Note: You cannot set multiple email schedules for different reports for a non-administrator.

  1. Click Finish.

View report subscription

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console.
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Reports.
    The Manage Reports page opens.
  4. On the Manage Reports page, click the Non-admin Subscriptions tab.
    The Non-admin Subscriptions tab displays a list of non-administrators subscribed to various reports.

Edit report subscription

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console.
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Reports.
    The Manage Reports page opens.
  4. On the Manage Reports page, click the Non-admin Subscriptions tab.
    The Non-admin Subscriptions tab displays a list of non-administrators subscribed to various reports.
  5. Click the non-administrator for which you want to edit the subscription details.
  6. Click Edit.
    The Edit Subscription page opens.
  7. You can edit the following fields on the Edit Subscription page:
    Field Description
    Display Name The name of the non-administrator to be configured for receiving reports. 
    Report Type The type of the Phoenix report that you want to edit, such as Backup ActivityRestore ActivityServer StatusAlert HistoryDR Activity, and Server Storage Report.

    Server Group(s)

    The server groups that you want to associate with the server.

    • All: Click All to subscribe to the report for servers associated to all server groups.
    • Specific: Click Specific to subscribe to reports for servers associated to a particular list of server groups, and then select server groups in the adjacent box.
  8. Click Add Report to configure other report type for the configured non-administrators.
  9. Click Next.
    The Email Schedule page opens.
  10. You can edit the following details on the Email Schedule page.
    Field Description
    Send Report Specifies when to send the reports, such as DailyWeekly, or Monthly.

    Frequency

    Specifies how often to send the reports.

    This field is enabled, if you click the Weekly and Monthly options in the Send Report radio button.

    Time The time to trigger the report.
    Format The format to generate report, such as HTML or CSV.
  11. Click Finish.

Delete report subscription

  1. Log on to Phoenix Management Console.
  2. On the menu bar, click All Organizations, and select the required organization from the drop-down list.
  3. On the menu bar, click Reports.
    The Manage Reports page opens.
  4. On the Manage Reports page, click the Non-admin Subscriptions tab.
    The Non-admin Subscriptions tab displays a list of non-administrators subscribed to various reports.
  5. Click the non-admin for which you want to delete the subscription details.
  6. Click Delete.
    A confirmation dialog box opens.
    Delete Report Subscription
  7. Click Yes to proceed with the deletion of the subscription.