What Data Does ActivTrak Collect?

Curious about data the ActivTrak agent collects from user's machines? The table below provides information on every piece of data taken and used by the agent. Please note that we give full data retention control to our customers, and we take the security and privacy of data very seriously. To learn more about our data privacy and security policies, click here.

Category The name of the category the activity is listed under on the classifications page in the dashboard.
Computer The name of the computer pulled directly from the machine itself.
Date and Time The exact date and time the user first accessed a specific activity. 
Description A short description of the user's activity.
Duration The amount of time a user spent active in an activity.
Email sent All emails sent for activities triggered by an alarm.
Executable The executable of the user's activity.
Export Log Files All of the log information is available for export by going to Reports> Activity Log. The option to export is given as a CSV file.
Export Screenshots & Videos To export screenshots and videos taken, navigate to Screenshot> History or Video> History. Similar to the Activity log, both will have an export button at the top of the page.
Logon Domain If the user is Active Directory domain attached, the domain name. If the users are not attached to a domain, the computer name will be shown. Google Chrome agents will not show anything.
Popup Alarm All records of popups for activities triggered by an alarm.
Primary Domain The main domain name of the server.
Private IP The internet protocol address within the local network.
Productivity The activity's productivity status; productive, unproductive, undefined. These are determined by the classifications made in the account.
Public IP The internet protocol address used to access the internet.
Screenshots All screenshots are taken for activities triggered by an alarm.
Session The session ID is used by Windows to tell the difference between user sessions. You mainly only see it on Terminal Servers where there are multiple users on one computer, and Session ID 0 is almost always reserved for the System.
Terminate Flag to denote if the log entry is associated with an alarm that triggered a webhook sent (0 = no webhook sent, 1 = webhook was sent)
Title What is read in the title bar of the user's activity.
URL The exact URL the user accessed for an activity.
User Friendly user name; typically First and Last. Pulled from the operating system.
User Alias The user alias assigned through the ActivTrak dashboard.
User (raw) Simple login name; often first initial, last name. Pulled from the operating system
Videos All videos are taken for activities triggered by an alarm. 
Webhook Flag to denote if the log entry is associated with an alarm that triggered a webhook sent (0 = no webhook sent, 1 = webhook was sent)

 

NOTE: For more data configuration and export options check out ActivConnect, which is a set of API connectors and tools to enable access to your ActivTrak data in hundreds of external applications.

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