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Overview page

License editions: To understand the applicable license editions, see Plans & Pricing.

 Overview

The Overview page provides you a more comprehensive view of all the configured Microsoft 365 apps at a glance.

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Access Path

  1. On the inSync Management Console menu bar, click the Left_Navigation_Bar_Hamburger_Icon.png icon to access the global navigation panel.
  2. Click SaaS Apps.
  3. Click Microsoft 365
  4. Click Overview.

An overview page that provides a holistic view of all the configured Microsoft 365 apps appears.

The following information is displayed on the Overview page:

Component Description
Summary
App-wise size distribution

The number in the center of the pie chart displays the total size of backed up data for configured Microsoft 365 apps. Also, displays a percentage value of data backup for each Microsoft 365 apps - Exchange Online, OneDrive, and SharePoint.

Note: The ~ symbol is displayed if the  percentage value  is  in decimal. For example, if the percent value is 0.1%, it is displayed as ~0%.

Hover over the pie chart to view the data size distribution of specific configured Microsoft 365 apps.

App Status

Displays the status of your configured Microsoft 365 apps.

  • Connected: Microsoft 365 app is configured and connected.
  • Not Connected: Microsoft 365 app connection was configured but got disconnected due to some technical issues. Reconfigure Microsoft 365 app to re-establish the connection.
Last Configured Displays the date and timestamp of the last successful configuration.
Configured Microsoft 365 apps
Exchange Online

If you have configured Exchange Online, you can view the following details:

  • The total number of user mailboxes protected
  • The total backup size of data protected within Exchange Online
  • The last backup status, a pie-chart that provides you information about the following:
    • Number of successful backups
    • Number of failed backups
    • Number of  backups with errors
    • Failed backup count

You can click on the number of user mailboxes to navigate to the Exchange Online details page.

OneDrive

If you have configured OneDrive, you can view the following details:

  • The total number of users protected
  • The total backup size of data protected within OneDrive
  • The last backup status, a pie-chart that provides you information about the following:
    • Number of successful backups
    • Number of failed backups
    • Number of  backups with errors
    • Failed backup count

You can click on the number of users to navigate to the OneDrive details page.

SharePoint

If you have configured SharePoint, you can view the following details:

  • The total number of sites protected
  • The total backup size of data protected within SharePoint
  • The last backup status, a pie-chart that provides you information about the following:
    • Number of successful backups
    • Number of failed backups
    • Number of  backups with errors
    • Failed backup count

You can click on the number of sites to navigate to the SharePoint details page.

Teams

If you have configured Teams, you can view the following details:

  • The total number of Teams protected
  • The total backup size of data protected within Teams. The total backup size displayed is for Teams Metadata and Teams Conversation only. Teams site backed up data is displayed in the Sharepoint backup view.
  • The last backup status, a pie-chart that provides you information about the following:
    • Number of successful backups
    • Number of failed backups
    • Number of  backups with errors
    • Failed backup count

By default, the last backup status is displayed for Metadata. Click on the dropdown and select Conversation to view the last backup status for Conversation.

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You can click on the number of Teams to navigate to the SharePoint details page.

Live Activities

Track and monitor the ongoing backup and restore activities across the data sources through the Live Activities tracker.

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The following table lists the fields in the Live Activities section.

Field Description
Backups The number of backup activities that are in progress. 
Restores The number of restore activities that are in progress. 

Note:

  • Click on the statistics to navigate to the Live Activities page to know more about in-progress activities.
  • Pending restore requests older than 30 days are not displayed on the Live Activities page.
  • Pending restore requests older than 30 days are automatically canceled by inSync. Information about such auto-canceled requests is available in the Restore Activity report.

Backup and Restore Information for all user workloads

As a Cloud Administrator, you can view the following information for all configured user workloads:

  • Backup Data Trend
  • Backup Data Distribution
  • Daily Backup Trend
  • Restore Summary

Backup Data Trend

The Backup Data Trend chart displays the bandwidth savings for the period of the last 90 days. 

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The following information is displayed on the chart. 

Field Description
Total Data The total data that is generated across all the user devices and configured SaaS Apps - Exchange Online, OneDrive, and Google Workspace Apps.
Bandwidth Savings The percentage of bandwidth saved based on the data transferred.
Data Transferred The actual data transferred over your network to inSync Cloud.

Backup Data Distribution

This section provides information on the inSync storage utilized by your organization. The data distribution information is further classified by the following categories, which help you analyze the utilization:

File types

The Backup Data Distribution by File Types enables you to view the storage consumption by the file types backed up in inSync.

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The following table lists the fields in the chart.

Field Description
File Type The list of different file types backed up.
Percentage Percentage of the total data consumed by each file type backed up.

Profiles

The Backup Data Distribution by Profiles chart enables you to view the storage consumption by profiles.

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The following table lists the fields in the chart.

Field Description
Profile Name Name of the inSync profile.
Percentage Percentage of the total data stored by users associated with the profile.

Daily Backup Trend

Analyze the data backup and restore trends across all the workloads over a period of 30 days.

The chart displays the distribution of activities in 24 hours based on backup and restore activities that occurred over the past 30 days. It helps you understand the activities during a particular hour in a day.

Note: The data is displayed as per the time zone of the administrator.

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Restore Summary

The Restore Summary chart displays information about restore activities for your user workloads.

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Field Description
Successful Restores The number of successful restore activities across all user workloads.
Failed Restores The number of failed restore activities across all user workloads.
Data Restored The size of restored data across all user workloads.
Restore Types The number of restore activities as per restore type, which can be Self Restore, Admin Restore, Web Restore, or Mobile Restore.

License

View the active and preserved license statistics through the License card. For more information about the license, see active and preserved license consumption rationale. The license statistics will be refreshed every 7-10 minutes.

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Considerations: 

  • As a Cloud Administrator, you can view the count of both active and preserve licenses allocated and consumed for all configured workloads and profiles. 

  • As a non-cloud administrator:

    • If you have Manage User permission, you can view count of both active and preserve license consumed for the workloads and profiles assigned to you.

    • If you do not have Manage User permission, you can view only the active license consumed count for the workloads and profiles assigned to you.

The following table lists the License card fields.

Component Description
Active

Displays the total number of Microsoft 365 active licenses allocated as well as consumed by the user.

For example, 6/100 Active indicates that out of a total of 100 Microsoft 365 active licenses allocated, 6 are consumed by the user currently.

Click 6 to drill down to the User details page where you can view details of users who have consumed active Microsoft 365 licenses.

Note: Only the Cloud Administrator can view the allocated active license count.

Preserved

Displays the total number of Microsoft 365 preserved licenses allocated as well as consumed by the user.

For example, 1/11 Preserved indicates that out of a total of 11 Microsoft 365 preserved licenses allocated, 1 is consumed by the user currently.

Click 1 to drill down to the Users details page where you can view details of the user who has consumed an active Microsoft 365 license.

Note: Only the Cloud Administrator can view the allocated preserved license count.

Actions ​​​​​

You can perform the following actions on the Overview page.

Action Description
Re-Configure Click Re-Configure to reconfigure Microsoft 365 app
Settings Click Settings to update the user account access settings. 
Verify  Click Verify to verify the Microsoft 365 configuration.

Summary

Action Description
App Configuration Displays the details and history of the configured apps.
Revoke Access Click Revoke Access to revoke access to a specific Microsoft 365 app.

Things to Consider

For Business license edition: If the Microsoft 365 tenant used for Microsoft 365 configuration is a Multi-Geo tenant, then, the authorization fails with the following error:

Error: M365 Multi-Geo tenant backup is not supported with the Business license.

Workaround: To resolve this error, it is recommended that you upgrade your license to higher editions such as Enterprise or Elite.

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