The WSO2 EMM device statistics dashboard provides an overview of the registered devices for administrators to manage them efficiently and effectively. Let's take a look at the information provided via the dashboard.
Getting device information
Follow the steps given below to access the WSO2 EMM device statistics dashboard:
- Access the WSO2 EMM console via
https://<EMM_HOST>:<EMM_PORT>/emmand sign in.
Click the menu icon, and click DEVICE STATISTICS.
You will now be navigated to the device statistics dashboard, which is facilitated via the WSO2 Dashboard Server. Therefore, if you haven't enabled SSO, you will need to sign into its console again using your username and password.
If you have devices registered with WSO2 EMM and if devices have not complied with the enforced policies, the dashboard will look as follows:
If you don't have any devices registered with WSO2 EMM, the dashboard will look as follows:
The overview displays the total number of devices and the connectivity status of the devices. Given below are the connectivity statuses that a device can have:
Active: The devices that are registered with WSO2 EMM and are actively communicating with the server.
Unreachable: The devices that are registered with WSO2 EMM but unable to communicate with the server.
Inactive: The devices that are registered with WSO2 EMM but unable to actively communicate with the server or devices that are in the unreachable state for a long time.
Removed: The devices that have unregistered from WSO2 EMM.
|View with device vulnerabilities||View with no device vulnerabilities|
The unsecured section displays the number of devices that are prone to potential vulnerabilities.
Non Compliant: Devices that have not complied with the policies enforced on the device by WSO2 EMM.
Un-monitored: Devices that have no policy assigned to them.
|View with non-compliant devices||View with no non-compliant devices|
This section displays a graphical representation of the number of devices that do not comply with a given policy. For instance, as seen above, the graph indicates that 5 devices do not comply with the CAMERA policy. You can also hover over the relevant bar to get the policy ID/policy feature code and device count.
This section displays a graphical representation of the number of devices grouped by the device platform and the device ownership. For instance, as seen above, the number of android devices are much higher than any other platform.
Click on a classification by which you want to filter the devices.
Example: Clicking on Inactive in the Overview section filters all the devices that have an Inactive connectivity status.
Select a platform or an ownership type by which you want to further filter the devices.
You are not able to filter devices by multiple platforms or ownership types at the same time.
Example: Filter device that belongs to the Inactive, Android, and COPE device types.
If you wish to take corrective measures to make a device more secure and compliant to the enforced policies, click Manage under Actions, and you will be navigated to the WSO2EMM console.