Use the Endpoint Security Manager Dashboard
The Dashboard is the first page that you see when you log into the ESM Console. The Dashboard provides a collection of charts and graphs that display information about the status of the Traps agents that are managed by your Endpoint Security Manager. By default, the ESM Console displays information collected over the past 30 days. To change the display period, see Manage ESM Console Settings.
The following table describes each chart:
Displays the status of the Traps agent instances installed on the endpoints by number and percentage. Possible statuses are:
COMPUTER DISTRIBUTION AND VERSION
Displays the version of the Traps agent instances installed on the endpoints by number and percentage.
Displays the Traps license utilization for the server and client by number of used and available licenses.
MOST TARGETED APPLICATIONS
Displays applications that have the highest distribution of preventions.
MOST TARGETED COMPUTERS
Displays endpoints that have the highest distribution of preventions.
MOST TARGETED USERS
Displays preventions that have the highest distribution per end user.
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