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    Re: auditing users

    Go to File->Manage Object View->AD Queries. Click on the query you want to modify, then in the lower right you can find the fields you want to add.

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    Where do you make this change to show the creation date in the all users report?

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  • rstumbaugh
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    sorry, my mistake, i was adding usncreate instead of whencreated

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  • kstanush
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    I don't understand what you mean by it being displayed as a number. The field is a number, but Hyena displays it as a date/time value. Where are you seeing the whencreated attribute displayed as a number ?

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  • rstumbaugh
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    found it, thanks. I noticed under the creation date/time column it is listed as just a number, how can I change this to a date and time?

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    Change the Attribute Category to General Directory Object Attributes and add whencreated.

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  • rstumbaugh
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    do you know if there is a way to add user creation date from active directory under Object Manager Creation in the Query Directory Attributes?

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    Look in your Hyena directory for hyenarpt.mdb. If you don't see it, see if you have one called hyenarpt.mdb.v40 and rename it to hyenarpt.mdb.

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  • rstumbaugh
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    I get an access error when I try to run the report. The error is that it can't find hyenarpt.mdb

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    You can double-click on All Users to display your users in the right-hand window. From there you can send it to the database using the Tools->Generate Report option. From there you would have to import your list into a new table, then using the Access Query Wizard or Report Wizard you should be able to join them. Unfortunately we don't have instructions for the Access part of this.

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  • rstumbaugh
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    I'm sure I'm missing it, but where can I find step by step instructions? I've been coming this board and the help file, but still haven't been able to find what I need. I'm trying to get data for an fdic exam and have never used hyena before. Could I maybe run some type of export of all users to an access table or something and then filer it somehow?

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    There's no way to import a list of users into Hyena. One option would be to run a users report in Hyena, then tie your list of users to the output produced by Hyena using Access.

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  • rstumbaugh
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    auditing users

    I have a list of 25 employees and I need to provide a report containing active directory account information, what's the easiest way to get this report from Hyena?
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