CloudLock GeoFence is a CloudLock Labs project, giving administrators the ability to track where their users accessing data from, what locations users are logging in from, and any changes made by admins in their domain.
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In order to install CloudLock GeoFence, please ensure that the following are true:
Once installed, navigate to: https://cloudlock-geofence.appspot.com.
The primary interface elements are the Incident Map and the Incident Grid. Both have markers — graphical markers in the Incident Map, and textual rows in the Incident Grid. Every marker maps to an event; note that the graphical markers are reliant upon the Google APIs and may not be entirely precise, although it does reflect an API-level best effort.
If you hover over a marker, you can see additional information like username, doc_id etc. The grid will automatically scroll down to the event this marker points to.
You can click on a marker to leave the info box open.
CloudLock GeoFence reports on the following types of activity within a Google Apps domain:
By default, the app shows all events (admin, login, and document activity) for the last week, limited to the 100 most recent records. The displayed date filter can be modified via the dropdown calendar beneath the map image.
A variety of filters are available:
You can see event details by hovering over a marker on the map. Note that the grid automatically scrolls down to the appropriate row, and vice-versa in that clicking on a grid marker will highlight the map marker.
Every document activity in the grid has a link to the document, referenced by the unique document id. To view a document, click (or right click the link and select “Open in New Tab”); note that you must have view permissions in order to see the document itself.
Data can be exported in two formats: CSV and JSON, both accessible by using Export button in the top right corner of the grid.
A: A few common reasons why this may be occurring:
1. Try to extend date range to the last month
2. Try to reset all filters (click on cloudlock logo)
A: It’s a bug. This message appears, when no documents are returned from the API. If you applied any filters, reset them (or go back in the browser). Or you can extend date range (top right corner)
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