Creating a Deleted User Audit in Data Explorer

Jeremy Allison Updated by Jeremy Allison


This step-by-step guide will walk you through using Data Explorer to view deleted users. This is useful for adhering to regulations that require proof that users have been deleted. By following these instructions, you can leverage the Raw Data Table visualization to filter and identify users who have been deleted from the system.


Data Explorer requires the Enterprise Edition of Brivo Access.

Steps to Create

Step 1: Opening Data Explorer

  1. Begin by logging in to your Data Explorer account.
  2. Once logged in, navigate to the Data Explorer section.

Step 2: Adding a Visual

  1. In the Data Explorer interface, locate the Add Visual button and click on it.
  2. A list of available visual types will appear.

Step 3: Selecting Users & Groups as the Data Source

  1. From the list of visual types, choose Users & Groups as the data source.
  2. This selection will ensure that the visualization is based on user-related data.

Step 4: Choosing Raw Data Table as the Visual

  1. Within the visual types, select Raw Data Table.
  2. This selection will display the data in a tabular format for analysis and filtering.

Step 5: Accessing the Visual Menu

  1. Locate the menu icon in the top right corner of the Raw Data Table visual.
  2. Click on the menu icon to access additional options.

Step 6: Turning Off the Time Bar

  1. Within the menu options, look for the Time Bar setting.
  2. Toggle off the Time Bar option to disable the time range filtering for this visualization.

Step 7: Adding a Filter

  1. Return to the menu and select Add Filter to apply a specific filter to the data.
  2. This will allow you to narrow down the results and focus on deleted users.

Step 8: Choosing the User-Enabled Filter

  1. Within the filter options, look for the User Enabled filter.
  2. Select the User Enabled" filter, and set the value to "False.
    • This filter will display all users where the User Enabled attribute is set to False, indicating deleted users.

Step 9: Applying the Filter

  1. Once you have chosen the User Enabled=False filter, click the Apply button or similar action to apply the filter.
  2. The Raw Data Table visualization will update to display the deleted users based on the filter criteria.

Congratulations! You have successfully used Data Explorer to view deleted users by leveraging the Raw Data Table visualization and applying the User Enabled=False filter. This allows you to identify and analyze deleted users within the system, providing valuable insights and administrative control over user management.

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