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User Provisioning Report
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The User Provisioning report provides information about the users provisioned in the Google Workspace.

The following screenshot depicts a sample




Quick Filters

Profile: Choose the user profile you want to filter by.

User Status: Select the desired user status.

Managed by: Choose the name of the IdP managing the user.

Users Summary

Active Licenses Allocated: the number of licenses currently assigned to active users.

Active Licenses Consumed: the number of active licenses currently being used, out of the total allocated.

Preserved Licenses Allocated: the number of licenses allocated for users who are no longer active in the organization.

Preserved Licenses Consumed: the number of preserved licenses currently being used

Storage Consumption

Displays a visual representation of storage consumption by the active license users.

Storage Consumption Details

User Name: The name of the user.

User Email: The email address of the user.

Profile: The profile that is assigned to the user.

User Status: Status of the user whether it is active or not.

Google Workspace License: Displays the Google Workspace license status. For example, active, preserve, or - (hyphen), wherein - represents the unlicensed state.

Backup Data (MB): The amount of data backed up by the user.

Created On: Displays the user account creation date

Managed By: Displays the name of the IdP that manages the user.

Mapping: Display the mapping name with the highest priority used for importing the user. The value can be either "Manual" or the provisioning name with the highest priority. See Mapping limitation below.

Custom Attribute Name: Name of the attribute in the AD server.

Custom Attribute Value: The value of the attribute in the AD server.

Mapping Limitations

1. Highest Priority Mapping Displayed: User provisioning reports display the highest priority mapping name for all users in a profile, even if some users were imported with a different mapping. For example, if a profile has "Map1" (priority 1) and "Map2" (priority 2), and users were imported with both, the report will display "Map1" for all users in that profile.

2. Effects of Deleting Mappings: When a previously used mapping is deleted, users will inherit the highest priority mapping currently active for their profile. If all original mappings are deleted and a new one is created, all users in the profile will display the new mapping name in reports, regardless of how they were initially imported.

3. Manual Imports and Provisioning Changes: Users imported manually will show "Manual" as their mapping name. If a user's provisioning method changes (e.g., from AD/LDAP to Azure AD), the old user entry will display as "Manual," while the new entry will show the highest priority mapping for their profile.


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