Key Task: Build Your Own Custom Dashboards to Troubleshoot Devices (Beta)

The Troubleshoot Device > Build Your Own dashboard is the Aternity futuristic troubleshoot device. It provides an out-of-the-box content to troubleshoot employee’s device performance issues. It also provides a mechanism to customize data and dashboards based on help desk and desktop engineers’ needs.

Administrators of Aternity can easily build and change the out-of-the-box content for all of the organization’s users. Non-admin users can create their own dashboards using My Workspace tab. A new UI framework has been introduced to allow adding cards (widgets) in different sizes and shapes as well as graphs (a new in-house technology developed by Aternity). Several data sources may be selected such as business activities, apps usage, host resources consumption, and more. Depending on the source of the data, granularity can be 2-minutes, 5-minutes, one hour, or any custom interval. Custom monitors have been added to allow visualizing of custom data.


This functionality is available ONLY for Windows devices and non-restricted users.

Troubleshoot a device by viewing key support information

There are several ways to do this:

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To customize existing and to add new dashboards for troubleshooting purposes of all users in your organization

Use the Build Your Own tab. Learn more.

To create your own dashboard for troubleshooting purposes

Use the My Workspace tab. You can create your custom dashboard that will be seen only by you and troubleshoot any device in the account. You can always edit that dashboard or completely delete it. Learn more.

Learn more about the dashboard on YouTube


  1. Step 1 Open a browser and sign in to Aternity.
  2. Step 2 Select Main Menu > Troubleshoot > User or Device.
    Accessing Troubleshoot User or Device
  3. Step 3 Select the user's device to display in the dashboard.
    Select a user's device which needs troubleshooting
    Field Description
    Enter a username or device name

    Start typing the name of the user or the hostname of a device, and select a choice from the auto-complete menu.

    Select a device

    If you chose a username, select from a list of devices associated with that username.

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    Select if you are not sure on the device to troubleshoot. It redirects you to the Monitor User Experience dashboard so you can view the performance of all the devices of that user, and then drill down from there back to Troubleshoot Device.