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The Data - Device Last Network Access report exports a CSV file containing device information for the specified date range, site, device type, owning entity, and device status. The report helps you find devices that have been placed into service with the Vocera server but are now lost or unaccounted for. It is similar to the Badge Last Used report, but it allows you to filter on more fields. The following table describes the report columns.
|Site||Vocera site where the device is located.|
|Label||A label that identifies the device. The label must be unique; it cannot be used by another device.|
|MAC Address||Media Access Control address (MAC address) is a hardware address that acts like a unique name for the device. The MAC address is 12 characters long. Most Vocera device MAC addresses have the following prefix: 0009ef.|
|Serial Number||Serial number of the device. This field is required. You cannot add a
device without the serial number.
For B3000 and B2000 devices, the serial number is 12 characters. For B1000A devices, the serial number is 15 characters.
|Device Status||The device status. The value must match one of the existing device status values.|
|Owning||The group that owns the device.|
|User||User who last used the device.|
|Departments||The user's departments. If a user belongs to multiple departments, they are separated by a plus sign (+).|
|Date Device Last Used||The date on which the device was last used.|
|Days Since Last Used||The number of days since the device was last used.|
|Location Last Used||Location where the device was last used. Includes the MAC address of the access point and the name—if available—of the location.|
|Notes||Note providing further information about the device status, for example, "Badge stopped working after accidentally being immersed in water" or "Badge sent to IT to repair the battery latch."|
|Cost Center||Cost centers of the user who last used the device.|