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User sessions query

Andy-EP
Newcomer

HI,

 

Is there a simple way to use the user session data to see how many users are Guest, Logged in or logged in using multi factor authentication?

 

Our application support all three and it would be useful to be able to see what's being used and what the trend.

 

Andy 

 

 

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pahofmann
DynaMight Leader
DynaMight Leader

Sure thing, does need some configuration though.

 

To differentiate Guests and logged in users you can use user tagging.

To separate the users logged in with MFA you would need to create a User Session Property to identify those users.

 

You can then use both user tags and session properties in an USQL statement to get session counts based on those conditions.

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