Device search settings

April 17, 2023

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Below are descriptions of the settings used for searching managed devices. Search results are displayed in the lower part of the window.

Network

On the Network tab, you can specify the criteria that will be used to search for devices according to their network data:

  • Device name or IP address
  • Windows domain
  • Administration group
  • Description
  • IP range
  • Managed by a different Administration Server

Tags

On the Tags tab, you can configure a device search based on key words (tags) that were previously added to the descriptions of managed devices:

  • Apply if at least one specified tag matches
  • Tag must be included
  • Tag must be excluded

Active Directory

On the Active Directory tab, you can specify that devices should be searched for in the Active Directory organizational unit (OU) or group. You can also include devices from all child OUs of the specified Active Directory OU in the selection. To select devices, define the following settings:

Network activity

On the Network activity tab, you can specify the criteria that will be used to search for devices according to their network activity:

  • This device is a distribution point
  • Do not disconnect from the Administration Server
  • Connection profile switched
  • Last connected to Administration Server
  • New devices detected by network poll
  • Device is visible

Application

On the Application tab, you can specify the criteria that will be used to search for devices according to the selected managed application:

  • Application name
  • Application version
  • Critical update name
  • Modules last updated
  • Device is managed through Kaspersky Security Center 13.2
  • Security application is installed

Operating system

On the Operating system tab, you can set up the following criteria to find devices by their operating system (OS) type:

  • Operating system version
  • Operating system bit size
  • Operating system service pack version
  • Operating system build
  • Operating system release ID

Device status

On the Device status tab, you can specify criteria for searching devices based on the device status from the managed application:

  • Device status
  • Real-time protection status
  • Device status description
  • Device status defined by application

Protection components

On the Protection components tab, you can set up the criteria to search for client devices by their protection status.

  • Databases released
  • Last scanned
  • Total number of threats detected

Applications registry

On the Applications registry tab, you can configure the search for devices according to applications installed on them:

  • Application name
  • Application version
  • Vendor
  • Application status
  • Find by update
  • Incompatible security application name
  • Application tag

Hierarchy of Administration Servers

On the Hierarchy of Administration Servers tab, check the Include data from secondary Administration Servers (down to level) box if you want the information stored on secondary Administration Servers to be considered while searching for devices, and in the entry field, you can specify the nesting level of secondary Administration Server from which information is considered while searching for devices. By default, this check box is cleared.

Virtual machines

On the Virtual machines tab, you can configure the search for devices according to whether these are virtual machines or part of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI):

  • This is a virtual machine
  • Virtual machine type
  • Part of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Hardware

On the Hardware tab, you can configure search for client devices according to their hardware:

  • Device
  • Vendor
  • Description
  • Inventory number
  • CPU frequency, in MHz
  • Virtual CPU cores
  • Hard drive volume, in GB
  • RAM size, in MB

Vulnerabilities and updates

On the Vulnerabilities and updates tab, you can set up the criterion to search for devices according to their Windows Update source:

  • WUA is switched to Administration Server

Users

On the Users tab, you can set up the criteria to search for devices according to the accounts of users who have logged in to the operating system.

  • Last user who logged in to the system
  • User who logged in to the system at least once

Status-affecting problems in managed applications

On the Status-affecting problems in managed applications tab, you can set up search for devices according to descriptions of their statuses provided by the managed application:

  • Device status description

Statuses of components in managed applications

On the Statuses of components in managed applications tab, you can set up the criteria to search for devices according to the statuses of components in managed applications:

Encryption

  • Encryption

Cloud segments

On the Cloud segments tab, you can configure a search based on whether a device belongs to specific cloud segments:

  • Device is in a cloud segment
  • Device discovered by using the API

Application components

This section contains the list of components of those applications that have corresponding management plug-ins installed in Administration Console.

In the Application components section, you can specify criteria for including devices in a selection according to the statuses and version numbers of the components that refer to the application that you select:

  • Status
  • Version

See also:

Using regular expressions in the search field

Finding devices

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