Viewing Event Reports in Protege GX
Imagine an item of value has gone missing from an office at your premises. You haven’t installed security cameras, so there’s no video footage to review. How can you determine who has been in the building so you can investigate further?
In this Quick Tip, we’ll outline how Event Reports can be used to see what is happening within the system and show you how easy it is to view a report in Protege GX.
Protege GX is the heart of your business’ access control and security interface. It’s designed to keep your people and property safe at all hours. It’s easy to use, effortless to scale, and seamlessly integrates with third-party products.
Why View an Event Report?
If you’ve realized that an item has gone missing. With no camera footage, you can’t see who was present, but you can identify who has gone through the door.
Perhaps you’ve come back after lunch and found the front door wedged open, and you want to find out what time it happened so you can check any camera footage.
Or maybe an employee has assured you that they set the alarm before they left last night but it was disarmed when you arrived this morning. Find out if the alarm was actually set, or if a problem occurred.
You can view an Event Report from the Reports menu in Protege GX. Once you run the report you can filter the data, and if needed, export to a variety of formats.
How to View
It’s likely your security integrator has already set up some Event Reports. If they haven’t, talk to them about your requirements.
The instructions below describe how to view an Event Report in Protege GX. If you’d prefer to see a visual guide, check out our video.
Need More Help?
Need more help using this feature in Protege GX? Contact our expert team today.