Allow the "User Activity" report to be run for a folder and all sub-folders & content within that folder
Today, the admin may select to run the "User Activity" report for a particular folder. When run for a particular folder, the report will only filter on the contents of the selected folder, and not the contents of subfolders within. Request that the report includes the folder and all sub-folders & contents within that folder, removing the need to run the report at the enterprise level and filtering to a particular folder path from there.
This sounds like the same request as 39429238-allow-the-user-activity-report-to-be-run-for-a-f. I suggest the votes for these features be combined.
The User Activity report is the "audit trail" for activities performed in BOX. As a result, this is a regulatory requirement of 21 CFR Part 11 and is critical functionality. It is unreasonable and error-prone to try to run this report on dozens of subfolders. I would like to suggest that this feature be given escalated priority. Thank you
Not able to fulfill this report within Box Administrator console. The user wants to be able to pull the following metrics (payloads) on a folder across all internal and external users for a date range (e.g. 11/1/19 to date).
-used incorrect log in credentials
-uploaded a file
-downloaded a file
-previewed a file
-edited a file
-deleted a file
However, given the size and depth of the top level folder and the report options currently available within Box Admin, we are not able to do this.
Using the "User Activity" feature, it would literally mean going into every sub folder and sub sub... folders to manually select every single folder and file.
The other option which is "Folder and File" feature doesn't allow for the selection of the requested metrics (payloads) and also the date range.
This can simply be adding a check box and folder tree view feature under the existing "Admin Console > Reports > User Activity" that allows admins to check all sub, sub sub... folders and files when running reports and mass actions.
Tim Horgan commented
It's a common security request to deliver Box audit trail/user reports for a folder and all of its subfolders. The current functionality that doesn't allow this option is extremely cumbersome to workaround, and highly error prone.