The Audit reports view allows you to generate audit reports using the built-in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Report Viewer (Report Viewer). Each report lets you view and track audited events stored in your event databases and archive files. Use these reports to confirm regulatory compliance, enforce security policies, and capture activity history.
Generate a report now
Use the Audit Reports tree to navigate to the appropriate report, and then specify your criteria in the report view.
Deploy reports to Microsoft Reporting Services
In the Reporting Services pane, click Deploy Reports. Starts the Reports Installer, allowing you to deploy individual IDERA SQL Compliance Manager reports to your existing Reporting Services server and customize the report.
View which reports have been deployed
In the Reporting Services pane, click View Deployed Reports. Opens the Report Manager on the Reporting Services server, allowing you to see which SQL Compliance Manager reports you have deployed.
These reports list alert details, such as target object, affected SQL Server instance, the event, and time of the alert. Use these reports to audit Event and Status Alerts triggered over a specified time period.
The Daily Audit Activity Statistics report lists the amount of activity that occurred on the SQL Server instance or designated database, on an hourly basis, for the dates specified. Use this report to audit overall activity levels on your SQL Server instances and databases.
Application Audit Reports
These reports list activity details, such as login, event, and time of activity, per application and database. Use these reports to audit activity across multiple applications and databases.
Configuration Check Reports
The configuration check report lists all the configurations selected on a Server or Database. Use these reports to reconcile the differences in regards to the configurations across different servers and databases.
Database Object Audit Reports
These reports list backup, restore, DBCC, DML, and database object activities on specific databases. Use these reports to audit mass data movement or database object activity, such as SELECT or UPDATE, across multiple databases.
DDL Audit Reports
The Database Schema Change History report lists schema changes applied to audited databases. Use these reports to audit data definition language (DDL) statements, such as dropped tables, executed against one or more databases on a SQL Server instance.
Host Audit Reports
The Host Activity report lists all host computers from which specific logins executed an action. Use this report to audit user behavior from multiple client computers, identifying the host computer from which an activity request originated.
Policy Audit Reports
These reports list changes and updates applied to the SQL Compliance Manager Agent deployed on a specific SQL Server, and any integrity violations in your audit data. Use these reports to diagnose audit data integrity issues and track agent configuration changes as well as agent activities, such as SQL Compliance Manager Agent service restarts.
Regulation Audit Reports
These reports list all the regulations and their individual guidelines applied to your servers and databases. Use the Regulation Guideline report to audit the regulatory guidelines applied to your SQL Server instance, or use the Regulation Compliance Check report to ensure that your servers and databases continue to be in compliance with the selected regulatory guidelines.
Security Audit Reports
These reports list permission changes by object type as well as unauthorized attempts to execute activities. Use these reports to audit your SQL Server security settings and identify misconduct.
User Audit Reports
These reports list user activities performed on a specific SQL Server instance, and provide a history of login creations and deletions. Use these reports to audit user behavior and login management.