View EAA Client reports, user, and application statistics

You can grant a user a report administrator role that has permissions to run, save and download reports. This role also has read access to connectors, directories, identity providers, and applications. You can also create a custom administrator role to manage the administration tasks for multiple resources using role-based access control in ‚ÄčAkamai Control Center‚Äč.

As the EAA reports administrator of your organization can manage your enterprise applications, clients, and users with use of the EAA Client reporting capabilities for a tenant.

You can get an overview of clients, view statistics, or discover the applications within your organization.

Create EAA Client report

Get statistics for each client within your organization, including device ID, username, client version, OS, IdP host, and when the device was last checked in.

  1. Log in to Enterprise Center.

  2. In the Enterprise Center navigation menu, select Application Access > Clients & Connectors > EAA Clients.

  3. To select a date range click the calendar or select a predefined time frame (from Yesterday to Last year).
    You can get the Last Checked-in statistics for each Enterprise Center. It shows which user logged in last into the Enterprise Center, when the login happened, and what was the version of the operating system of the user's computer.


The Device ID identifies each Enterprise Center and is used only to debug.

Discover applications

This feature lets you to obtain statistics for all of the applications associated with your clients within your organization. The Enterprise Center provides the capability to discover different applications used the users associated with the tenant. You can use this information to provide access or disable access to some groups within your company. For more information, see how to set up services for applications. You can see additional information for an application, like its fully qualified domain name (FQDN), port, protocol, number of times accessed, number of users, number of Enterprise Center(number of devices), time of the last access, or the status of the application.

  1. Log in to Enterprise Center.

  2. In the Enterprise Center navigation menu, select Application Access > Applications > Discovered Apps.

  3. To get more information about the user click the icon in the FQDN column to expand it.
    It shows the number of users and devices.

  4. Click on the number next to USERS.
    It shows user's name, process ID, process path, and last accessed data.