Introduction to Munki's reporting capabilities via MunkiReport.
Munki Mac Endpoint Management
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MunkiReport is a reporting service for endpoints managed with Munki. It provides a quick overview of your mac fleet through various dashboards and reports. It can also provide data for use in various inventory and security compliance reports.
Login with your AD credentials and you'll see the Dashboard summarizing:
Each section of the report is in a rectangle with a label ("SMART status", "Time Machine", "Hardware age", and so on) and a small icon to the right of the label. Select that icon for a paginated listed of information about the relevant endpoints summarized in that section. Selecting the icon next to "Free Disk Space", for example, shows a list of endpoints where you can get more detail including:
Select a particular endpoint's name to get still more information about that endpoint, control that endpoint remotely (subject to authentication), or see other details about that endpoint (such as installed fonts, details about the attached displays, and which applications are used most frequently).
Across the top of the MunkiReport UI you'll find a shortcut to get back to the Dashboard, a menu listing all of the available reports, a menu with each endpoint listing (detail about each endpoint), a funnel icon for specifying which set of endpoints you want to work with, a wrench icon to set the user interface theme, a world icon to set the user interface language, and your NetID which is a menu where you can find the link to log out.
The table below shows where different kinds of reporting data are found in MunkiReport.
|Reporting Data||Location(s) in MunkiReport (may be multiple)||Notes|
|Antivirus status||Listings - CrowdStrike||While MunkiReport has MalwareBytes and Sophos reporting capabilities, they have not been tested by EPS. There is currently no MunkiReport support for Dell Data Protect; unit IT Pros would have to get that information from the individual service's console.|
|Backup status||Listings - CrashPlan
Listings - Time Machine
|Currently only available for Time Machine (the native macOS backup client) and CrashPlan backups.|
|Computer Name||Listings - Clients|
|Listings - Managed Installs (search for desired update)
Listings - Client Report (search or sort by build version)
|Search for current versions of Apple security updates, or look for build version resulting from a particular update.|
|Definition updates||Listings - Managed Installs (search for desired update)||Search for current versions of Apple's Gatekeeper, Malware Removal Tool, or XProtect releases.|
|Encryption status||Dashboard - FileVault 2 Status
Listings - Security
|Endpoint age||Dashboard - Hardware Age
Listings - Hardware (for detailed model info, including model year
Listings - Warranty Report (for approximate year of manufacture)
|Endpoint age - average by unit||Dashboard - Hardware Age (filter by Machine Group)||Requires manual calculation of average endpoint age.|
|Endpoint warranty status (in or out of warranty)||Listings - Warranty Report (contingent on Apple GSX account)||This is not currently available. An Apple GSX account is required to perform warranty lookups.|
|Endpoints - number by unit||Dashboard - Client Activity (filter by Machine Group)|
|Firewall status||Listings - Firewall
Listings - Security
Reports - Security Reports
|Hardware failure / not healthy||Dashboard - SMART Status
Listings - Storage [SMART Status]
Reports - Power Report [Battery health]
Listings - Batteries [Battery health]
|IP address (DHCP or Static)||Listings - Network (select client to view dhcp vs. static)||Only viewable for single client, not in bulk.|
|Last logged-in user||Listings - Clients||Will only show the user who was logged in the last time the client checked in with the Munki server. If Munki last ran at the login window, this field will be empty.|
|Last login||Listings - User Sessions (filter on 'login'; select client to view timestamp).||Only viewable for single client, not in bulk.|
|Location||Reports - Location Report
Listings - Location
|This is not currently available. EPS must first evaluate the Location module to rule out any potential privacy issues. This is due to the fact that with this feature, unit IT Pros would be able to see the last known location or vicinity for the endpoints in their MunkiReport business unit. If approved, units would also need to install the Pinpoint package on their clients.|
|MAC Address||Listings - Network|
|Operating system||Listings - Clients
Listings - Supported OS
Reports - Client Report
|Operating system not patched||Dashboard - OS Breakdown||Shows minor point releases.|
|Operating system unsupported||Dashboard - OS Breakdown||While this doesn't identify which OSs are out of support, it provides a clear overview, including minor point releases.|
|Owner/primary user||Listings - Clients
Listings - User Sessions
|Listings - Client will only show the user who was logged in the last time the client checked in with the Munki server. If Munki ran at the login window, this field will be empty.
Listings - User Sessions will provide login history over time to help identify the primary user.
|RDP status||Listings - Security||Shows ssh and ARD groups and users|
|Software installed list||Select client; Show - Munki||Only viewable for single client, but not in bulk.|
|Time since last restart||Listings - User Sessions (filter on 'reboot'; select lient to view timestamp.)|
|Unit||Use filters to select Machine Group(s)|
MunkiReport offers the option to archive computer records, which may be a useful method for organizing your Mac fleet into active vs. inactive pools. Archived Macs are still including in monthly billing reports, so archiving should not be used in lieu of deleting records when offboarding devices.
To archive a MunkiReport record:
To include and exclude archived Macs from your MunkiReport data view, select the filter (funnel) icon in the top MunkiReport menu bar.
Deleting device records from MunkiReport is an important part of device offboarding when a Mac is retired from service and slated to be transferred to Surplus.