Editing Dashboard Charts

After you've created a dashboard chart, you can follow this procedure to edit the chart, as needed.

To edit a dashboard chart:

  1. Sign in to your GSM console.
  2. When the Welcome message window displays, click the X in the upper right corner of the message window.



    The Sites console displays.



  3. From the main tab menu, click the Dashboard tab.



  4. When the Welcome message window displays, click the X in the upper right corner of the message window.



    The Dashboard console displays.



  5. For the chart that you want to edit, in the upper right corner of the chart, click the Gear icon.



    The Edit chart window displays.



  6. From the Chart Data Field drop-down field, select any of the following options:



    • Agent Version Spread • Firewall Status • Operating System Language • Rootkit Shield Status
    • Attention Required • Identity Shield Status • Operating System Platform • Scheduled Scans Status
    • Device Activiations • Infrared Status • Phishing Shield Status • Silent Mode
    • Device Type • Installation Status • Primary Browsesr • Threat Detection History
    • Endpoint Status • Managed by Policy • Realtime Shield Status • USB Shield Status
    • Expired Status • Offline Shield Status • Remediation Status • Web Threat Shield Status
    Note: The following data points are unsupported in the Mac agent:
    • Firewall Status
    • Rootkit Shield Status
    • Infared Status
    • Silent Mode
    • Offline Shield Status
  7. In the Chart Name field, enter the name of the chart.
    Typically, the name of the chart reflects the name of the type of information within it, but this is a free-form field, and you can name the chart something else, as needed.



  8. From the Chart Type drop-down menu, select one of the following chart types:



    NAMEDESCRIPTION
    Bar
    Bar Stacked
    Column
    Column Stacked
    Pie
    Table
  9. If you are editing the Threats Detection History or Device Activation dashboard charts, you can select from the following chart types:
    • Area
    • Area Spline
    • Column
    • Line
    • Table
  10. If you are editing the Threats Detection History or Device Activation dashboard charts, from the Period drop-down menu, select one of the following:



    • 24 hours •2 days • 3 days • 7 days
    • 14 days • 30 days • 60 days • 90 days
  11. When you are finished, click the Save chart button.



    Note: For information on deleting dashboard charts, see Deleting Dashboard Charts.