Multiple mac addresses in a scheduled Client session report

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Sep 1st, 2009
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Is there a way under the report criteria to specify multiple mac address. I know you can do one mac address or "All Clients" but I would like to print a report for only 5 on one report.

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carenas123 Mon, 09/07/2009 - 08:00
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Follow these steps after choosing the Schedule tab within any report type.

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Step 1 Check the Enable Schedule check box.


Step 2 Specify if you want the export format to be .csv (a file containing the MAC addresses of access points) or .pdf from the Export Format drop-down menu.


Step 3 Choose either the Save to File or E-mail To option as the destination type.


-If you select the Save to File option, a destination path must first be defined at the Administration > Settings > Report page. Enter the destination path for the files in the Repository Path field.


-If you select the E-mail to option, an SMTP Mail Server must be defined prior to entry of the target e-mail address. Choose Administrator > Settings > Mail Server to enter the appropriate information.


Step 4 Enter a start date (MM:DD:YYYY format) in the provided field or click the calendar icon to select a date. The report begins running on this date.


Step 5 Specify a start time using the hour and minute drop-down menus.


Step 6 Click on one of the recurrence buttons to select how often the report is run.


Step 7 When entry is complete, do one of the following:


•Click Save to save the entry.


•Click Save and Run to save the changes and run the report now. The report is run, and the results are either e-mailed or saved to a designated file as defined in the Schedule tab. The report runs again at the scheduled time.


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