You can use the Vantage Web Module to anonymize employee internet reports by replacing the details of any field in any report, or analysis, with a random string of characters. This can be done after the reports and storages have been published to the web module, and is a permission that can be set on [...]
To create anonymous Internet reports in Vantage you can the MD5 function to replace summary items with a unique MD5 sum, such as “294de3557d9d0b3d2d8a1e6aab028cf”. […]
This video tutorial will look at the best report templates to use when reporting on an individual user, and how to set up filters to select the right user. You can also view this information in a text article here: http://www.webspy.com/blogs/index.php/how-to-report-on-a-user/
A great feature of Vantage Ultimate is its ability to publish reports and storages to the Web Module so that users can login, view their reports, and analyze data. But no one wants to have to remember yet another username and password combination to login to the Web Module, so make it easy on your users by using Windows Authentication. This way, as long as a user is logged into their Windows machine with their Windows domain username, they will sail straight into the Web Module without being prompted for a username or password.