View Information for Third-Party Apps
The Aperture service starts scanning third-party apps and lists all discoveries in the third-party apps log. The default action is to log all new discoveries as Unclassified until admin assessment is completed. To view information for third-party apps, select ExploreThird-Party Apps.
Click Name to view third-party app details These details can include some or all of the following information:
Lists the number of users who have installed the third-party app.
Lists the cloud app where the third-party app was discovered.
Displays a brief description of the third-party app services or actions. For example, an electronic signature app would be displayed as: Send docs for electronic signature, or add your own signature in minutes. Sign PDFs directly from Google Drive or Gmail.
Lists the first date the third-party app was installed.
Lists the last date the third-party app was installed.
Lists the marketplace where the third-party app is installed.
|Manage User Permissions|
Lists the number of active and inactive users by name, current status, install date, and approval state. You can approve, block or email the user. View User Details by clicking on the User name.
Lists the publication URL of the third-party app. For example, an electronic signature app would be displayed as docusign.net.
Lists the permissions to areas the application has requested or been granted.
|Unblockable Apps||Certain applications that cannot be blocked. The following type of message will display for unblockable apps:|
Displays an Overview with metadata about the user including active risks, owner, collaborator and number of email messages sent. Lists Personal Info including name, email address, and alternate email addresses. Details the Top Risks associated with the user and the Cloud Apps that the user has added or attempted to add.
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