1. Navigate to Reports > Saved Searches > All Saved Searches > New > Search Type = Employee
2. Criteria tab > Standard subtab:
Login Access = is true
Inactive = is false
Role: Center Type = is not Employee Center
3. Criteria tab > Summary subtab:
Summary Type = Maximum
Field = Login Audit Trail: Date
Description = is on or before 60 days ago
*To set the description, set the Date to "on or before", set the other dropdown to "relative", and then set it to 60 days ago or number of days as needed.4. Results tab (Field > Summary Type):
Login Audit Trail: Date > Maximum
Name > Group
Role > Group
5. Rename the search and then click Save and Run.
This search already removes all lines for roles for the Employee Center. The Login Audit Trail: Date will also show the last login date for all roles, and not for each role. So, for example, Employee 1 has three roles: Role 1, Role 2, and Role 3 with last login dates of 8/16/2015, 8/17/2015, and 8/20/2015, respectively, the search results would list the three roles, but the Login Audit Trail: Date would only show 8/20/2012 because that is the last login date.
Also, even if the Employee Center is removed here, if the employee has three roles, one of which is the Employee Center role and his last login was on 8/20/2015, that date will be considered the last login trail. So if 8/20/2015 is still within 60 days for example, then this employee will not show up in the list, although he has not logged in for over 60 days for those other roles.
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