Interpreting the User Logins dashboard

The User Logins dashboard shows data related to successful user logins. Data includes:

  • Average MFA Factors
  • Average number of authentication mechanisms used by all your users. For example if this data point shows 2, it means that on average, users use 2 authentication mechanisms to access the Privileged Access Service.

  • Details
  • Details include the date/time, user account, and specific event result for each successful user login. You can sort each data point by clicking the heading.

  • MFA Factors

    A pie chart that shows the number of successful user logins using a specific MFA factor. When you select a pie slice, the system filters the other data in the dashboard.

  • Total Logins

    A counter that shows the total number of successful logins in the range specified by the dashboard timeline.

  • Total Unique User Logins

    A counter that shows the number of unique successful logins in the range specified by the dashboard timeline.

  • User Logins

    A timeline that shows the number of logins over the last 24 hours or 7 days. The timeline uses a bar chart to indicate the the date with the most or least logins. The timeline includes handles on either end that you can dragged to scope the data to a particular day/hour which will update all other data in the dashboard. The default scope is 7 days.

  • User Logins by Directory Service
  • A pie chart that shows the number of successful logins using a directory services you have configured on your tenant.

  • User Login by Location

    A map that shows user locations when they logged in to Privileged Access Service and the number of successful logins from each location. You can zoom in to see more detailed location breakdown of the data. When you hover over a location data, a list of the user accounts is shown. When you select a location data, the system filters the other data in the dashboard.

    For privacy reasons, user location data in the Admin Portal is based on the IP address used to access the Privileged Access Service.