Report export

The Export Reports is a way to execute and export reports through a command line. You can use this feature in a shortcut or in a batch file and use the Windows task scheduler to execute it.

You will be able to export Data Report, Inventory report as well as most of the reports found in our Generate Report list except for the Password Usage.

You must have the rights to run report in Remote Desktop Manager to use this feature.


For Reports containing settings, you will have to start with exporting your report settings to create the *.rdr file that the command line use to generate the reports. Here is a list of reports containing settings:

  1. Select your Report in Administrations – Report and then select the option Export Settings in the More text button. It will create an *.rdr file containing all your report settings. This is also where you Report ID is located (this will be useful later on).
    Export Settings
    Export Settings
  2. In your Windows Command Prompt enter the following command line:
C:\*** /DataSource:*** /report:***/reportoutput:"***" /reportsettings:"***.rdr"
C:\ Enter the path used to start your Remote Desktop Manager application (path of the RemoteDesktopManager.exe file)
/DataSource Specify the data source ID.
/report Specify the type of report to generate or the report ID.
/reportoutput Specify the path to save your report and the name for the newly generated report.
/reportsettings Specify the path of your report settings file (.rdr).

To find your Data Source ID and the Command Line use to start Remote Desktop Manager edit one of your session from your data source and select the Advanced section.

RDP Session - Advanced Section
RDP Session - Advanced Section

Here is a list of types of Reports you can find in Remote Desktop Manager and the name to enter in the command line to generate the report:

Activity Logs Report SharedConnectionLog
Duplicate Entry DuplicateEntry
Entry Information ConnectionInformation
Entry Status ConnectionStatus
Expired Entry List ConnectionExpiredEntry
Expired Passports ConnectionExpiredPassport
Expired Softwares ConnectionExpiredSoftware
Expired Warranties ConnectionExpiredWarranty
Password Complexity PasswordComplexity
VPN Groups VPNGroup

Here is an example of a command line for an Entry Information Report:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Devolutions\Remote Desktop Manager\RemoteDesktopManager<area>.exe /DataSource:8a4f2f70-5e8a-4d6c-9c7b-119080a4c879 /report:EntryInformation /reportoutput:C:\dev\devolutions\Rapport\rapportEntry.csv /reportsettings:C:\dev\devolutions\Rapport\SettingsEntryInformation.rdr
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