The Dashboard is the default landing page for the Automox console. With this page, you can view all of your device and policy status information at a glance. The dashboard provides access links for troubleshooting, an overview of outstanding patches, and a timeline view of scheduled policies.
The following topics are described here:
At the top of the Automox Dashboard, you can easily identify the zone and status date for the dashboard you are viewing. The first set of tiles provide an overview of device and policy status. These status tiles are described here.
Status tile name
Shows the number of devices that are up-to-date based on their policies and schedules.
Click to open the list of devices filtered for Compliant.
Shows the number of policies that have run in the last 7 days
Shows the number of available updates that have been exposed within the last 7 days.
Click to open a list of available software updates.
Shows the number of devices added to your zone within the last 5 days.
Click to open a list of recently added devices.
Use the Device Troubleshooting section to review any devices that need attention.
Device Troubleshooting status
Click graph or status
The device has patches or software installed that require a restart before installation can be fully completed.
Open Devices page filtered by Needs Attention
Failed update attempts
View all devices that failed to successfully install new patches. Manual intervention might be required.
Open Devices page filtered by Failed Update Attempts
Disconnected for 30+ days
View devices that are not connected. It is not possible to take any patching actions until these devices are connected again.
Open Devices page filtered by Disconnected
View devices that do not pass the compatibility check. See the Troubleshooting section of the Device Details page for more information.
Open Devices page filtered by Not Compatible
Outstanding Patch Count
This grid shows both scheduled or available patches in relation to the number of days a patch has been left unpatched. These patches can be part of either active or inactive policies. The number of devices affected by any of the outstanding patches is listed below the grid. A device might have more than one outstanding patch.
A. Click any patch count number to view the Devices page filtered by the severity level.
B. Click the highlighted devices link after the grid to view a list of all devices with outstanding patches.
Use this information to determine which policies to review and activate, if necessary. See also Policy Management.
You can view all scheduled policies from the Scheduled Policies scrolling timeline. These are organized in tabs by policy type.
The main View All tab shows the next 40 scheduled policies.
The tabs by type depend on the policies you have configured. To view a list of scheduled policies for a specific policy type, click the corresponding tab. This will list up to 40 scheduled policies per type.
Click the name of the policy to open that individual policy page.
Click View Policies to view a list of all policies.
Note: The Packages Ready For Approval page is accessible from the top navigation. Select Manage → Manual Approvals.
Environment by OS
The Environment by OS chart shows the device OS distribution for the current zone.
Click the number under the OS to open the devices page filtered by that specific operating system.
The interface navigation is above the dashboard. To access devices, software, policies, and reports, use the options: Devices, Software, Manage, and Reports, as shown here:
Managing Your Zone
You can manage zones and users by selecting the top navigation menu next to your name. Depending on your permissions, you can create a new zone from here. For more information, see Managing Zones.
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