The reports which come out of the box provide a wide variety of information regarding your Sitecore installation.
We've built quite a few reports, many similar to the Advanced System Report (ASR) module.
The custom reports can be found by navigating to Sitecore -> Reporting Tools -> PowerShell Reports.
As an example, let's run the Unused media items report.
Once the report completes, the results appear in a report window.
While SPE contains many reports, they don't match identical to ASR reports. We've done our best to build those that seem most relevant or likely to be used. If you find a report in ASR that you would like to exist in SPE please submit a request.
Broken Links in publishable items
Items with Invalid Names
Items with security for an account2
Items with Security for an account
Items with Tokens in Fields
Logged in Session Manager5
Logged in Users
Limit number of versions4
My Owned Items
Media items last updated before date3
Not recently modified
Media items not used by content items3
Orphaned media assets report
Recent workflow history2
Recent Workflow History
Media items last updated after date3
Regex Item Searcher
Rules based report5
Task Manager report5
Check the reports in SPE under these sections to see the full list.
1 Configuration Audit report
2 Content Audit report
3 Media Audit report
4 Solution Audit report
Note: Examples included are in the following modules
You may wish to expose the reports to users such as Content Authors. Here are the steps required to grant access to users in the
sitecore\Sitecore Client Authoring role.
Here is what users may see in the event they do not have the appropriate access.
Navigate to the item
/sitecore/content/Documents and settings/All users/Start menu/Right/Reporting Tools/PowerShell Reports
Grant access to
sitecore\Sitecore Client Authoring
Verify the reports are now visible to the Authoring users.
Note: The role
sitecore\Sitecore Client Maintaining is granted access to the reports by default.