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champvimalchampvimal 

Login History Data Capture for Salesforce Login via Outlook/Mobile devices

Hello,

 

We all know that we have Login History Trail for login to Salesforce.com using User Interface.

 

However, is there a way we can capture login to Salesforce.com via Outlook or Mobile devices? This is required as management may need to know about who logged into Salesforce via Outlook connect and who logged via mobiles, specially the field sales guys.

 

Is there any App-Exchange product for same?

 

 

Thanks,

 

Vimal

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Andy BoettcherAndy Boettcher

Yes it is - you can access the "Login History" reporting object through the standard "User Logged in This Week" canned report, or by creating a custom report with Users as your primary object.

 

Client Type

Client Version

Login Date

(others available)

 

-Andy

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Andy BoettcherAndy Boettcher

Have you tried logging in with either of those methods and checking your Login History?  The different kinds of login should be tracked in there (unless you're logging into the standard UI from an iPad or something like that)

sfdcfoxsfdcfox

Login History includes all login attempts, including mobile and Connect for Outlook logins. The key is the column that specifies the "application" that was using the login. You should be able to discern which type of login application each entry refers to.

champvimalchampvimal

Yes, the login details come. But is there a way we can trend that data for reports and dashboards?

 

There does not seem to be a mapping API for capturing such data unless I am wrong. I mean any objects which can be used to capture such data and report on.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Vimal

Andy BoettcherAndy Boettcher

Yes it is - you can access the "Login History" reporting object through the standard "User Logged in This Week" canned report, or by creating a custom report with Users as your primary object.

 

Client Type

Client Version

Login Date

(others available)

 

-Andy

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champvimalchampvimal

Thanks to both of you! Yes it does have it. I was wrong.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Vimal

RickNTARickNTA

There's no "Login History" reporting object available when creating a Custom Report Type, and the Login History object in the standard "User Logged in This Week" report is missing several fields that appear in the Login History page (and are important for troubleshooting).  Is there some trick to getting access to the "Login History" reporting object and/or the missing fields?

 

thanks -

Rick