Results of a Logon Evaluation Report

FlexNet Manager Suite 2022 R1 (On-Premises)

The output of the Logon Evaluation report not only lists users that have not logged on to the system within a specified amount of time, it also informs you about users' consumption data and finds users who logged on to a system multiple times.

Identify Users Without Logon

By sorting the Days column of the Logon Evaluation report in descending order, you can quickly identify the users with the highest number of days since their last logon.

Important: The criterion 'not logged on' does not necessarily need to be a decisive factor. The selected list should be reviewed carefully before a mass change is performed. Single users who match the selection criteria, but should not be amended, need to be removed individually from the selection. It is recommended to save this specific selection as a variant.

Identify Users with Consumption Data

The Note column informs you whether consumption data is present (by showing an appropriate message), despite the fact that the user was not logged on. The Month column (long name: Month Last Consumption) indicates the last month when consumption occurred.

To see all users who used CPU time, sort the Note column in descending order. You can display more detailed information by double-clicking the corresponding text in the Note column or by selecting the corresponding row and right-clicking Consumpt. Data. This opens a dialog with information explaining why consumption data exists despite the user not having been logged on to the system. The reason could be, for example, that a batch job has been assigned to a user. Deleting the user would result in the job being canceled which would trigger errors in the system. Therefore, the decision whether to set the user status to inactive should not be based solely on their logon behavior, but should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

Identify Users with Multiple Logons

You can find users who logged on to the system multiple times. These users would be identified during an SAP system measurement because multiple logons typically violate the SAP license agreement. You can identify these users using the information in the columns ML Total (long name: Multiple Logon Total) and ML Max. (long name: Multiple Logons Max).
  • ML Total — Displays how often a user was logged on multiple times in the current calendar year.
  • ML Max. — Displays the maximum number of simultaneous multiple logons that a user had in the current calendar year.

Identify Inactive Users

If you are using an HR system to identify inactive users, you can sort the report by the HR Status column to see all inactive users at a glance.

For information on the ALV Count column, see Counting Rows in Reports.

FlexNet Manager Suite (On-Premises)

2022 R1