View the standard Drive Encryption reports

You can run and view the standard Drive Encryption reports from the Queries page.

Before you begin

You must have administrator rights to perform this task.

Task

  1. Click MenuReportingQueries & Reports.
  2. In the Groups pane, select Drive Encryption from the Shared Groups drop-down list to open the Standard DE query list.
    Note: To open DE: Out-of-band action queue, select Drive Encryption Out-of-band from Shared Groups in the Groups pane.
    Query Definition
    DE: Activation Report Displays the list of systems that have failed activation and allows you to identify the reason for failure for each system.
    DE: Disk Status Displays the status of the disk.
    Note: If a disk has a volume that is not assigned, then the disk status in queries would be displayed as partially encrypted, despite all assigned volumes being shown as encrypted.
    DE: Disk Status (Rollup) Displays the DE: Disk Status compiled from various McAfee ePO servers.
    Note: Drive Encryption 7.2 supports both Full and Incremental rollup reports. For details, see the product documentation for your version of McAfee ePO.
    DE: Encryption Provider Displays which encryption provider is active on each system.
    DE: Installed version Displays the version of the Drive Encryption installed in systems.
    DE: Installed Version (Rollup) Displays the DE: Installed version details compiled from various McAfee ePO servers.
    Note: Drive Encryption 7.2 supports both Full and Incremental rollup reports. For details, see the product documentation for your version of McAfee ePO.
    DE: Migration log (Windows only) Displays the log details and the results of the v5.x.x user import.
    DE: Migration Lookup (Windows only) Displays the details about the assignments of the user group, machines, and users.
    DE: Product Client Events Displays Drive Encryption client events.
    DE: Systems With Uninitialized Users Displays the list of active systems containing uninitialized users that are potentially insecure.
    DE: Users Lists all Drive Encryption users. From here, the user can use these options to manage the users in the selected system:
    • Clear SSO details — Clears the SSO details of the selected user (only for Windows).
    • Configure UBP enforcement — Allows a user to use a non-default User Based Policy.
    • Force user to change password — Prompts the user to change the password in the Drive Encryption authentication.
    • Reset Token — Resets the token associated with the selected user.
    • Reset self-recovery — The client user's self-recovery details is reset, then the user has to enroll the self-recovery details with new self-recovery answers.
    • User Information — Maintains the user information with a list of questions and answers.
    DE: V5 Audit (Windows only) Displays the imported audit logs from v5.x.x.
    Note: If you had only selected the audit option during the export process, the audit log is not displayed.
    DE: Volume Status Displays the encryption status of the disk volumes. For self-encrypted (Opal) drives, the DE: Volume Status appears blank without any details because it does not allow volume level encryption.
    DE: Volume Status (Rollup) Displays the DE: Volume Status compiled from various ePolicy Orchestrators.
    Note: Drive Encryption 7.2 supports both Full and Incremental rollup reports. For more information, see the product documentation for your version of McAfee ePO.
    DE: Out-of-band action queue Displays the Drive Encryption out-of-band action queue details.
  3. Select a query from the Queries list.
  4. Click ActionsRun to display the query results.
  5. Drill down into the report and take actions on items as necessary. Available actions depend on the permissions of the user.
    Note: The user can edit the query and view the query details.
  6. Click Close when finished.