Login Audit

Overview of the Login Audit Report

The Login Audit report is used for pulling data based on user logins.  Every time a user attempts to log in, successfully logs in, or logs out, a new record is created.

Using the Login Audit Report

Using the Advanced Search

  1. Navigate to the Reports portal in the lower left hand corner.

  2.  In the left hand navigation pane, select Logins underneath the Audit header.

  3. To set the report criteria, open the Advanced Search 
  4. Set the appropriate criteria, then click the Search button at the bottom of the Advanced Search criteria. The report will run.

  5. Double click on a row that has Details = Yes to see more information.

  6. To print or export the report, click the Gear Icon in the upper right corner.

  7. Choose the Print option from the dropdown menu and you will be prompted to print or export to excel.

Customizing the Display

  1. Navigate to the Reports portal in the lower left hand corner.

  2. In the left hand navigation pane, select the Logins option underneath the Audit header.

  3. Once the report is opened, a user may select which columns to display in the report by clicking the More button at the top of the screen, then selecting the Change Display Settings button.

  4. Check the appropriate fields you would like to display in the report.

  5. Choose the Save Settings option in the lower right corner.

Security Audit Report Field Definitions

Field NameDescription
User IDUser ID that logged in.
TypeThe type of login that occurred. 
  • IN = Attempted to log in on a PC.
  • OUT = Logged out.
  • WSI = Attempted to log in via a web-service (OfficeEMR Mobile)
DateThe date and time the event occurred.
MessageMessage received related to log in (i.e. Passed, Invalid Password, etc...)
DetailOptions will be Yes or No. If yes, you can see details related to the login.

User Login Detail Field Definitions

Field NameDescription
User IDSame as above.
TypeSame as above.
DateSame as above.
MessageSame as above.
DetailSame as above.
OSOperating system that the user was on when they logged in.
BrowserInternet browser used to log in.
Screen SizeUsers screen resolution.
MobileTrue (if mobile), False (if not mobile)
CookiesTrue (if enabled), False (if not enabled)