DATA RECON 2.0.25
Save and Load Options
You can import and save scan options with DATA RECON using the "Tools" menu.
Saving and Loading Search Configurations
DATA RECON’s search configuration files (*.cfg) allow you to save and load your DATA RECON’s scan options.
Use the DATA RECON GUI to save search configuration files. The DATA RECON CLI cannot save search configuration files.
These configuration files may be loaded by both the DATA RECON GUI and the DATA RECON CLI.
Load Search Configuration
When you click on "Load search configuration", DATA RECON prompts you to locate the configuration file that you wish to load.
Locate the appropriate configuration file on your computer and click Open to load the configuration file.
Save Search Configuration
Clicking on "Save search configuration" will prompt you to decide where you want to save your current DATA RECON search configuration.
Saving and Loading Results Database
DATA RECON uses database journal files (*.jnl) to record scan and remediation progress. See Setting Results Database Options for more information.
Load Results Database
When you click on "Load results database", DATA RECON prompts you to locate the results database file that you wish to load.
Loading a saved results database file will load the scan results of that particular scan, as well as any remediation done.
Loading a saved results database file will allow the user to continue remediating matches that were found in the saved results database.
Save Results Database
Clicking on "Save results database" will prompt you to decide where you want to save the current results database.
Saving Match Lists
Once a scan has stopped running, DATA RECON will allow you to save a list of all the matches found in the current session.
When saving a match list, DATA RECON will automatically mask matched data.
A saved match list will contain:
- Matched data (masked).
- File path of file containing matched data.
- Type of match.
- Remedial action taken.
- Format of file containing matched data.
Saving Compliance Reports
On completing a scan, DATA RECON will ask if you want to save a compliance report if DATA RECON is not already configured to save compliance reports.
By default, compliance reports are saved as PDFs.
You can save compliance reports as:
- Adobe PDFs (*.pdf).
- Spreadsheets (*.csv).
- HTML (*.html).
- Text (*.txt).
- Ground Labs offline report files (*.crr).