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Learn about reporting with Commander

About

Commander provides the ability to run a variety of reports to monitor your Keeper account and its users and records.

Common Reports

Choose from the list below to learn more about common reports you can run with Commander
  • Find users that have not logged in for X days
  • See the last time each user last logged in
  • Find users that have not created or updated any records in X days
  • See all records have been accessed by a user
  • See which shared folders that a team has access to
  • Determine which record passwords have NOT been changed in X days

Saving Reports to a File

All reports in Commander can be saved to a file. To do this, add the following options to any report command:
--format This option tells Commander what form to return the report in. The options are json, csv, and table (which is the default view)
--output This option tells Commander the name of the file to save the report output to. If the given file does not exist, it will be created.

Examples

Save a report as a CSV for use with Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.
shared-folder-report --format csv --output "shared_folder_report_results.csv"
Save a report as a json file for use with scripts
user-report --format json --output "user_report.json"
When Commander creates a file it can be saved in one of a few places depending on how Commander is being run and what options were used.

Default Commander File Locations

If you are using the application version of Commander, files are saved to your user directory be default. That is C:\users\username for Windows and /Users/username for MacOS.
If you are using Commander from the command line/terminal then files will be saved in the current directory by default.

Setting Specific Locations

When creating a file with Commander, if you provide a path before the filename, Commander will add the file in the specified location. Paths can be relative or specific. e.g. [...] --output "/reports/report.csv" will put the file in a folder called "reports" relative to the default location (so /Users/username/reports/ on Application version and current directory/reports/ if using the command line)
[...] --output "C:\reports\report.csv" will place the file in a folder named "reports" in the C directory (if on Windows)

Report Types

Learn more about the reports that Commander can run. Click an option from this list to see the command documentation.
Command
Explanation
audit-log
Export the enterprise audit and event logs
Show a customized report of audit events
Show a report of user logins
Show report of password security strength for each user in the enterprise
Show a report of shared records in the logged-in Keeper vault
Display information about shared records
Display information on managed company plans and available licenses
Display a report of password changes and search for records that have NOT been changed
Show users that haven't performed a specific action in a given number of days
See information about records in vaults of users across the enterprise

Common Reports in Detail

Find Users that have not Logged in

Requires the ARAM add-on
action-report --target no-logon
By default this looks back 30 days (results are all users that have not logged in in 30 days). The number of days to look back for can be changed with the flag: --days X where "X" is the number of days to use.
My Vault> action-report --target no-logon
Admin Action Taken:
COMMAND: None
STATUS: n/a
SERVER MESSAGE: n/a
AFFECTED: 0
3 Users With "no-logon" Status Older Than 30 Day(s):
username
-----------------------------------------

See the last time each user logged in

user-report --last-login
To include more details, such as the user's team(s) and Node run user-report without --last-login
My Vault> user-report --last-login
Querying latest login for the last 365 days
Email Name Status Transfer Status Last Login
----------------------------------------- ----------------------------------------- -------- ----------------- -------------------------
[email protected] John Smith Active 2022-08-22 12:33:03-05:00
[email protected] Chris Apple Invited
[email protected] Samantha Strong Active 2022-08-09 13:03:31-05:00
[email protected] Jane Doe Active 2022-10-10 09:07:34-05:00
[email protected] Communication Admin Active

Find users that have not created or updated any records

Requires the ARAM add-on
action-report --target no-update
By default this looks back 30 days (results are all users that have not created or updated records in 30 days). The number of days to look back for can be changed with the flag: --days X where "X" is the number of days to use.
My Vault> action-report --target no-update
Admin Action Taken:
COMMAND: None
STATUS: n/a
SERVER MESSAGE: n/a
AFFECTED: 0
3 Users With "no-update" Status Older Than 30 Day(s):
username
-----------------------------------------

See all records accessed by a user

Requires ARAM add-on and Compliance Reports add-on
compliance record-access-report <USERNAME>
Replace <USERNAME> with the username or email address of the user to see access history of.
My Vault> compliance record-access-report [email protected]
Loading record information.....
Record UID Record Title Record URL Record Owner IP Address Device Last Access
---------------------- --------------------------------- --------------------------------- ------------------------- --------------- ----------------- -------------------
x4AOxLwR5tSA7u5R9Bwplw wifi details [email protected] 11.00.001.001 Web App 16.7.3 2022-10-13 12:38:33
xrnnK1HWSLMVh_irjIGAJw SAP Connect [email protected] 11.00.001.001 Commander 16.7.0 2022-10-13 12:12:46
xB36NT_lPxestkuCCg_35w 11.00.001.001 Web App 16.8.0 2022-10-07 09:39:10
U7YOaZv4pmLXGfTHPXuvaA 11.00.001.001 Commander 16.7.0 2022-10-05 15:09:43
a9TshEIoSluKXAccdJhHIQ Dropbox dropbox.com/login [email protected] 11.00.001.001 Commander 16.7.0 2022-10-05 15:09:31
6wSYfG9UeHTzDDSIGeuiyg Twitter https://www.twitter.com [email protected] 11.00.001.001 Commander 16.7.0 2022-10-05 15:09:25
o6BJUKCGLa7mmMApzPjw4A KCM Connect SSH 127.0.0.1 [email protected] 11.00.001.001 Commander 16.7.0 2022-10-05 15:09:14

See What Shared Folders Teams Have Access To

Requires Compliance Reports add-on
compliance team-report
My Vault> compliance team-report
Loading compliance data....:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:
Team Name Shared Folder Name Shared Folder UID Permissions
----------- -------------------- ---------------------- -------------
Comms-Team Comms Team Logins 8-2gk4cde5hWN5q7ENwpCA read-only
Engineering Deployment Credentials 3kf9kd4e5hWdN5q7Ed9fS0 can-edit
Management Finances Logins dO9S0cMQ_kPYAsUYILVlSA can-share

Determine which record passwords have NOT been changed

Requires Compliance Reports add-on
aging-report
My Vault> aging-report --format=table --period=1y
Owner Record Title Last Password Change Shared Record URL
--------------- ------------ ---------------------- -------- ----------
[email protected] Hilton 2020-05-14 12:41:48 False https://...
[email protected] AlienVault 2020-02-04 12:30:35 True https://...
[email protected] TripAdvisor 2020-07-08 15:22:55 False https://...
[email protected] Amazon --- False https://...
[email protected] Kayak 2021-05-25 09:13:56 False https://...
[email protected] Amazon --- False https://...