Reports in PRTG
Keep your management informed
with flexible reporting
Create in-depth or high-level reports on demand or via schedule
Use preconfigured reports and templates for quick reporting
Export your reports in the format you like, for example, as HTML or PDF
Customized reports for different reporting purposes
Compare real-time and historic data to keep everyone informed
about trends and requirements in your network.
Comprehensive sensor reports
Create extensive reports for all sensors or for specific sensors only to review and analyze your monitoring data. You can generate your reports on demand or automatically via schedules – for maximum flexibility.
Put together in-depth reports for your fellow IT Sysadmins or more high-level reports for your management.
Use report templates to define, for example, if you want to show only graphs or also data tables. Or just select one of our preconfigured reports and let PRTG do the job.
Quick historic data reports
A great way to quickly review the monitoring data of a specific sensor are historic data reports. They are a fast alternative to more comprehensive reports about your entire configuration, for example.
You can create historic data reports on demand. With only one click, you can quickly choose a specific time span for your report using the quick range buttons.
Export your historic data reports to your system as XML or CSV – so you can easily process the data further with third-party applications.
Deep-dive configuration reports
Configuration reports show you various details about the PRTG configuration such as information about the system configuration.
Use configuration reports to document changes to the PRTG configuration, for example. If you create a configuration report, PRTG directly displays it as an HTML page in a new browser window.
What’s great: all configuration reports are interactive so that you can directly navigate to the respective objects that the information refers to.
Generate your custom reports now with our basic video tutorial
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