Fairly sure I've asked this before but can't find the old thread.
But I've been asked again to by my new CIO so...
We have some 210 analyst licences (all fixed - still on 7.4) which are now all assigned - but we are fairly certain that some are not being used. Anywhere else we could simply ask the various departments but politics can get in the way in our institution.
As I understand it, there's no way to query when an analyst last used LanDesk.
The user session data only goes back a few days - at least on our system (as gets very heavy).
The last logout attribute on the analyst BO shows very old dates that obviously don't match what I'm after (probably because most are WebDesk users).
Is there something clever I can do that can record a date against an action that won't slow the system down?
I suspect any calculations would require new relationships to the User object that would kill LanDesk stone dead speed wise - but thought I'd ask anyway in case someone else has any clever ideas.
(Don't want to go down the exporting remas of data to Crystal route, as Crytsal Reports is the spawn of Satan. Really. )
Cheers - Adam.