Who is this article for?
CrashPlan for Enterprise, yes.
Code42 for Enterprise, yes.
CrashPlan for Small Business, no.
This article applies to on-premises authority servers.
Other available versions:
The backup status report provides an overview of activity in your Code42 environment. This article describes the content of the report and explains how to configure the report's frequency and recipients.
Configure backup status report
Configure backup status reporting at the Code42 console:
- Sign in to the Code42 console.
- Select Administration > Organizations > Active.
- Select the organization you want to report on.
- From the the action menu in the upper-right, select Edit.
- Select the Reporting tab.
- When Code42 sends status reports.
- Who those reports go to.
- The thresholds that trigger Alert reports.
Backup status report reference
Start and end dates for this report.
|b||Username||Name of the user for the computer listed.|
|c||Source / Computer||
Name of the source computer.
Name of the destination.
Size of the selection of files being backed up.
Change in size of file selection. A ↑ (up arrow) indicates an increase since the last report; a ↓ (down arrow) reflects a decrease since the last report.
Number of files backed up.
|h||Backed Up %||
Percent of selected files backed up.
Number of days since this computer was 100% backed up. If the computer is still in its initial backup and has never been 100% backed up, this column displays Last Activity.
Number of days since any backup data was sent to the specified destination from this computer.
|k||Restore Period||Displays restore statistics for this reporting period and all time.|
|l||Total||Number of restore jobs initiated during the restore period.|
|m||Users||Number of users that performed restores during the restore period.|
|Total size of files that were restored during the restore period.|
Number of files that were restored during the restore period.
|p||Organization||The organization and any child organization for the statistics shown.|
|q||Status||Devices listed in black text are backing up normally. Devices listed in yellow have passed your warning threshold; devices in red have passed your critical threshold.|
|r||Support||Link to the official Code42 support site.|
|s||My Account||Link to the Code42 console's Sign In screen.|