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Sorting, filtering and searching for endpoints

Sorting, filtering, and searching for endpoints

Depending on the number of endpoints, the right side pane table can span through several pages (only 20 entries are displayed per page by default). To move through the pages, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the table. To change the number of entries displayed on a page, select an option from the menu next to the navigation buttons.

If there are too many entries, you can use the search boxes under the column headers or the Filters menu at the upper side of the page to display only the entities you are interested in.

For example, you can search for a specific endpoint or choose to view only the managed endpoints.

Sorting endpoints

To sort data by a specific column, click the column headers.

For example, if you want to order endpoints by name, click the Name heading.

If you click the heading again, the endpoints will be displayed in reverse order.

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Filtering endpoints

To filter your network entities, use the Filters menu from the upper-side of the network panes area.

  1. Select the group that you want in the left-side pane.

  2. Click the Filters menu at the upper-side of the network panes area.

  3. Use the filter criteria as follows:

    • Type. Select the type of entities you want to display (computers, virtual machines, folders).

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    • Security.

      Choose to display endpoints by protection management, security status or pending activity. Options displayed may differ depending on active licenses.

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    • Policy.

      Select the policy template you want to filter the endpoints by, the policy assignment type (Direct or Inherited), as well as the policy assignment status (Active, Applied or Pending).

      You can also choose to display only entities with policies edited in the Power User mode.

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    • Depth.

      When managing a tree-structured network, endpoints placed in sub-groups are not displayed when selecting the root group.

      Select All items recursively to view all the endpoints included in the current group and all its sub-groups.

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      When choosing to view all items recursively, Control Center displays them in a plain list. To find the location of an item, select the item you are interested in, and then click the gotocontainer.png Go to container button at the upper side of the table. You will be redirected to the parent container of the selected item.

    Note

    You can view all selected filter criteria in the lower part of the Filters window.

    If you want to clear all filters, click the Reset button.

  4. Click Save to filter the endpoints by the selected criteria. The filter remains active in the Network page until you log out or reset the filter.

Searching for endpoints
  1. Select the desired group in the left-side pane.

  2. Enter the search term in the corresponding box under the column headers from the right-side pane. For example, enter the IP of the endpoint you are looking for in the IP field. Only the matching endpoint will appear in the table.

    Clear the search box to display the full list of endpoints.

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Sorting, filtering, and searching for virtual machines

Depending on the number of virtual machines, the virtual machines table can span several pages (only 20 entries are displayed per page by default).To move through the pages, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the table. To change the number of entries displayed on a page, select an option from the menu next to the navigation buttons.

If there are too many entries, you can use the search boxes under the column headers or the Filters menu at the upper side of the page to display only the entities you are interested in. For example, you can search for a specific virtual machine or choose to view only the managed virtual machines.

Sorting virtual machines

To sort data by a specific column, click column headers.

For example, if you want to order virtual machines by name, click the Name heading.

If you click the heading again, the virtual machines will be displayed in reverse order.

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Filtering virtual machines
  1. Select the group that you want in the left-side pane.

  2. Click the Filters menu at the upper-side of the network panes area.

  3. Use the filter criteria as follows:

    • Type.

      Select the type of virtual entities to be displayed.

      filters-vms-type.png
    • Security.

    • Policy.

      Select the policy template you want to filter the virtual machines by, the policy assignment type (Direct or Inherited), as well as the policy assignment status (Active, Applied or Pending).

      filters-vms-policy.png
    • Power.

      You can choose to show between online, offline and suspended virtual machines.

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    • Tags.

      You can choose to filter the virtual machines by tags and attributes you have defined in your virtualization environment.

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    • Depth.

      When managing a tree-structure virtual machines network, virtual machines placed in sub-groups are not displayed by default.

      Select All items recursively to view all virtual machines included in the current group and in its sub-groups.

      filters-vms-depth.png

    Note

    Click Reset to clear the filter and display all virtual machines.

  4. Click Save to filter the virtual machines by the selected criteria.

Searching for virtual machines
  1. Select the desired virtual machine in the left-side pane.

  2. Enter the search term in the corresponding box under the column headers (Name, OS or IP) from the right-side pane. For example, enter the IP of the virtual machine you are looking for in the IP field. Only the matching virtual machine will appear in the table.

    Clear the search box to display the full list of virtual machines.

Sorting, filtering, and searching for containers

Depending on the number of endpoints, the container host table can span several pages (only 20 entries are displayed per page by default). To move through the pages, use the navigation buttons at the bottom of the table. To change the number of entries displayed on a page, select an option from the menu next to the navigation buttons.

If there are too many entries, you can use the search boxes under the column headers or the Filters menu at the upper side of the page to display only the entities you are interested in. For example, you can search for a specific virtual machine or choose to view only the managed virtual machines.

Sorting containers

To sort data by a specific column, click the columns.png column's header. This will reorganize the rows based on the values in that column.

For example, if you want to order containers by name, click the Name heading.

If you click the heading again, the containers will be displayed in reverse order.

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Filtering virtual machines
  1. Select the group that you want in the left-side pane.

  2. Click the Filters menu at the upper-side of the network panes area.

  3. Use the filter criteria as follows:

    • Type - Select the type of virtual entities to be displayed:

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    • Security - Select the type of endpoints you want to be displayed based on security status::

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    • Policy - Select the policy template you want to filter the virtual machines by, as well as the policy assignment status:

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    • Power - Filter endpoints by power status:

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    • Tag. You can choose to filter the virtual machines by tags and attributes you have defined in your virtualization environment.

    • Depth. When managing a tree-structure virtual machines network, virtual machines placed in sub-groups are not displayed by default. Select All items recursively to view all virtual machines included in the current group and in its sub-groups.

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    Note

    Click Reset to clear the filter and display all containers.

  4. Click Save to filter the virtual machines by the selected criteria.

Searching for containers
  1. Select the desired container in the left-side pane.

  2. Enter the search term in the corresponding box under the column headers (Name, OS or IP) from the right-side pane. For example, enter the IP of the container you are looking for in the IP field. Only the matching container will appear in the table.

    Note

    Clear the search box to display the full list of virtual machines.