System Usage by User Groups
Is there a way to monitor system usage by user groups? I'd like to monitor pinboard activity (view, drilldowns, etc) by internal users & external users.
So far, the best I've come up with is using the TS: BI Server worksheet and using a formula column in each of my searches that looks at the User column to see if it contains our domain and sorting between internal users & external users. It works, but I'd prefer to use the users' group instead.
You can extract the user names and user groups from Active Directory into a table that can be loaded in ThoughtSpot (ensure the table is configured to auto-refresh). A popular approach to extract the data is to develop a python script that extracts users and groups from Active Directory. You will need to convert the TS:BI Server worksheet into a View. Converting the Worksheet to a View will enable you to join TS:BI Server data with the Active Directory table. Next, you will want to create a new worksheet where you will join the User ID and User Group columns from the Active Directory source with the TS:BI Server View. You will need to consider your approach to security. Some customers choose to duplicate users across multiple groups, while others have a unique user in each user group. Depending on your approach to security, you will want to determine how to filter on the user groups to avoid double counting.Reply
I have resolved it. I needed to join the TS: BI Server worksheet to my Active Directory table.
for others that want to do something similar:
1. In the data tab, click TS: BI Server
2. In the Schema Tab, Change from "Joins within this worksheet" to "Joins from this worksheet"
3. Click the "Add Join" button
4. Create a join from the TS: BI Server table to your table that contains the Active directory date.
Go into Search, add both the TS: BI Server and the Active Directory data sources and you will then be able to search across both data sources.Reply