The Dashboard displays a summary of users and storage in your Code42 environment.
- This article describes the Dashboard in Code42 server version 6.0 and later.
- For details about all features of the administration console, see Administration Console Overview.
When you sign in to the administration console for your authority server, the Dashboard is the first screen to appear. The Dashboard displays a high-level overview of users and storage in your Code42 environment.
|a||Usage||Contains information about user storage, online devices, and restores.|
Average Storage Per User
|Average storage consumed by each user in your Code42 environment.|
|c||Largest Archive||The largest archive in your Code42 environment.|
|d||Online Devices||The number of devices connected to your authority server. This number includes devices backing up as well as devices that are connected, but not currently backing up.|
The 20 users with the largest backups. Hover over each section to display the associated username and amount of data backed up for that user. Each segment of the pie chart is also a link to that user's details screen.
|f||Last updated||Indicates the last time the information in this graph was updated. (Storage statistics do not display in real time.)|
|g||Last 30 Days||Total number of restores performed in your Code42 environment in the past 30 days.|
|h||Files Restored||Total number of files restored in your Code42 environment in the past 30 days.|
|i||Size Restored||The total size of all data restored within the past 30 days.|
|j||Backup Restores||Total number of restores initiated each day for the past 30 days.|
|k||Destinations||Displays information about storage space on the destinations in your Code42 environment. A different graph appears for each destination.|
|l||Used Storage||The total amount of data stored at this destination, calculated after compression and de-duplication.|
and Storage Graph
The name of the destination and the total amount of data stored over the past 30 days. This graph is calculated once per day.