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The information on this page refers to License Statistics v6.0 and newer, which introduced a new user interface (UI). If you are using a version previous to v6.0, see documentation for previous versions.

The Current Users page under the Reports section in the left navigation pane shows a report on currently active users and which features they are using.

The report consists of a grid and charts that help you understand how your users are using licenses. The Current Users report grid shows the current license usage information for each user, including the hostname of the machine on which the feature is checked out, details of the features used, the number of licenses in use, checkout time(s), and which license servers the features are running on. 

You can add the Current Users report grid and charts (described below) to the License Statistics Dashboard. Learn more about customizing the Dashboard.  

You can save the charts in the Current Users report using the Save button and reload chart data by clicking the Refresh icon, both found at the top of the charts.

Current License Usage pie chart

The Current License Usage pie chart shows:

Current UsersThe number of users who are currently using at least one license.
License UsageThe license usage counted towards the total allowed for monitoring. The license usage is calculated as either:
  • Total number of unique usernames in the database (under the new licensing model, introduced in 2019)


  • Total number of unique usernames or user-host pairs from the last 14 days (under the old licensing model, introduced in 2013)
Total LicensesThe total licenses allowed for monitoring.


The following example shows that there are currently 82 users consuming licenses, and the License Statistics license usage (calculated as described above) is 93 of 100 total licenses.

Highest License Usage bar chart

The Highest License Usage bar chart shows no more than 10 currently active users that are using the highest number of licenses.


The following example shows 10 active users that are currently using the highest number of licenses.