The Advanced Search filter enables you to enter a search value on a selected field.
The following table shows the filter fields that you can find in the first drop-down list.
|Configuration Issue Counter||Filter
|Custom User Fields||Filter
Note: The result of a search when you use the Alarm Counter filter or the Event Counter filter depends on if an alarm or an event can identify the source or destination as an asset in the inventory. Your environment can have alarms or events associated with assets both included in the inventory and those not included in the inventory.
Important: The alarm and event counts are not updated in real time but are calculated every hour. If the counts are not updated, it can happen because new events or alarms are in your environment after the last count.
The following table shows the operators that you can find in the second drop-down list.
|>=||Greater than or equal to.|
|<=||Less than or equal to.|
|IP Range||Range of IP addresses.|
|Is Empty||Include assets with no IP addresses. This operator is available only for IP/CIDR.|
|Is Not Empty||Include assets with IP addresses. This operator is available only for IP/CIDR.|
|Like||Search for the specified pattern.|
Not equal to.
Important: Some filters don't include the NOT operator (for example, Services or Software).
|Not Like||Not true.|
- Go to Environment >
Below Advanced Search filter, click Add Filter.
Select a field from the first drop-down list.
See Advanced Search Fields (First Drop-Down List) for more information.
Select an operator from the drop-down list.
Important: Depending on the field you have chosen in the first drop-down list, the operators vary.
See Advanced Search Fields (Second Drop-Down List) for more information.
- Enter the search value.
- Click the icon.
- Click Add Filter if you want to add a new search.
- Click the icon.
- Click Apply.
If you want to search for an exact phrase having two or more words, you need to put quotation marks around the words in the phrase. This includes email addresses (for example, "email@example.com").
The result of your search displays with the assets identified.