Summary

A description of the fields on the reclaim policy Adminstration page.

Here you can view the current progress and status for the selected reclaim policy. You get to this page by clicking the AppClarity→Reclaim→Policies node in the navigation panel and then clicking on the Number link in the Admin Actions column.

The fields on the Administration page are:

Administration page

FieldDescription

Report Refresh

You can refresh reports from individual AppClarity screens as well as using the Settings App. Where this is available you can do this by using the refresh icon next to the Last Refreshed box:

Report refresh control

Vendor

Displays the vendor for the target product related to the selected reclaim policy

Title

Displays the software title for the target product related to the selected reclaim policy

Reclaims completed under this policy

This table shows the reclaims that have been completed by this reclaim policy. The columns of the table are as follows:

ColumnDescription
User rejected
Shows the number of reclaims where the user has requested to keep the product.
Failed
Shows the number of reclaims where the attempt to uninstall the software failed.
Succeeded
Shows the number of reclaims where the software was successfully uninstalled.

Reclaims in progress for this policy

This table shows the number of reclaims currently in progress for this reclaim policy. The columns of the table are as follows:

ColumnDescription
Optional
Shows the number of reclaim policies currently under way that allow the end-user to opt out of the reclaim.
Mandatory
Shows the number of reclaim policies currently under way where the software will be uninstalled without end-user interaction.


Reclaim Override Management

This table shows the reclaims that must be processed by the administrator. This is where the user has opted to keep the software and provided a suitable reason for it and that reason must be approved or rejected by the administrator.

The columns of the table are as follows:

ColumnDescription
Domain Name
The domain name for the target device.
Host Name
The host name for the target device.
Edition
The edition of the software being reclaimed.
Version
The version of the software being reclaimed.
Colloquial Version
The colloquial version of the software being reclaimed (if any).
Click User
The end-user who requested to keep the software.
Opt Out Reason
The reason given by the end-user why they should be allowed to keep the software.
Completed On
The time and date the administrator responded.

There are also two buttons below the table that determine the action to take on the selected rows in the table:

ButtonDescription
Accept
Clicking this means that the administrator has approved the end-user's reasons for keeping the software. The reclaim will not go ahead and the end-user will retain the software.
Reject
Clicking this means that the administrator has rejected the end-user's reasons for keeping the software. The reclaim will be changed to mandatory and the software will be removed without any further end-user interaction.


The three buttons above Accept and Reject

IconNameDescription

Toggle compact rowsAllows the rows to have slightly more space for easier viewing.

Toggle action buttonsAllows the action buttons (Accept and Reject) to be displayed as a hamburger menu only. This expansion of the table allows for easier viewing.

View fullscreenAllows the table only to be viewed in the full browser window. Clicking the button while in fullscreen mode will collapse it back to default.

Column Picker UI control icon

Column Picker


Where the column picker control is shown Column Picker control you can choose which columns are displayed. In the following example on the Microsoft Core License Demand page we hide the Unknown Installs column and move the License Demand column to the left of the page.

Microsoft Core License Demand

To pick the displayed columns:

  1. Click on the Choose columns icon  to the right of the header row to view the visable columns.

Choose columns

  1. To exclude Unknown Installs, select the Unknown Installs row and click Exclude columns button.

Exclude columns

  1. The Unknown Installs column is now hidden.

Hidden columns

  1. To move the License Demand column to the top of the list, hover your mouse over License Demand and using the direction control drag it to the top of the list.

Changed column order

  1. The Microsoft Core License Demand page has now been automatically updated with our changes.

Microsoft Core License Demand updated