possibly by scanning the db for a certain attribute you might be able to derive this information?
I think there's a difference in the number of files in each users object depending on whether they registered for local recovery or not. I might be wrong though.
If you can identify a new file, only present after enrolling, it's a simple thing to scan the db and go look for that - I have a couple of scripts which do that for other things.
I don't have an environment set up I can test this with though - busy with http://mcaf.ee at the moment
Yes, you can generate a report in v5.2.5 by specifying user event 0x0400001b Registered for local self recovery.
Can you tell me how to generate that report? I have some basic commands that I am using to find old machines and user info, but am not familiar with how I would run this type of report.
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I'm using Reporting Tool canned report Users Event Audit Report. Create a new report with options to Generate report over all user groups, no filter, and select event ID 0x040001b Registered for local self recovery. You can then specify a date range if you need to and select the report output style then run the report.
Thank you very much. I had not even looked there for this option.