- 27 Feb 2023
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Device Profile Page
- Updated on 27 Feb 2023
- 4 Minutes to read
The Device Profile page displays all the collected and correlated details of the selected device.
To open the Device Profile page, from the Devices page click the relevant device record in the query results table, The Device Profile page opens. The profile name in the header is the Host/Asset Name of the device.
Move between the various tabs to see or manage the following information on the Device Profile tab.
Adapter Connections Tab
Use the Adapters Connections tab to see device information per adapter.
The left panel displays the list of adapters connections that are correlated to this device.
When you click on any of the adapters listed on the left pane, the specific properties of the device collected from the adapter you selected are displayed in the page main area.
If you defined an Adapter Connection Label on the adapter connection configuration, it is concatenated to the adapter name value for the relevant adapter connection tab. This can help you distinguish between two adapter connections from the same adapter.
In addition to the different adapters listed under the Adapters Data tab, you might see 'WMI Info' adapter. This adapter is displayed only if Run WMI Scan has been executed on the Microsoft Active Directory (AD) server that manages the device. For more details, see Action Library.
The last item at the end of the list of adapters is Custom Data. This shows custom data for the device. You can add, edit and delete custom fields for the device.
Managing Custom Fields
The Custom Data tab displays a list of all the custom fields for this device and their values. It displays fields created using Device Actions, or added using Manage Custom Fields.
Click Manage Custom Fields to add fields to this device, edit their values, or delete them.
For more details, see Working with Custom Data.
The changes that you make here will only apply to this device, even if you added the fields to multiple devices from the Devices page.
The Device Profile page contains all parsed data. Use Advanced View to see the raw data as returned from the adapter, including unparsed data in XML or JSON format.
- Click View Advanced to view all device information in XML or JSON format, or View JSON if you are already on this page.
Click Copy to Clipboard to copy the JSON formatted data to the clipboard. This is useful for troubleshooting.
Click View XML to view all device information in XML format.
Click View Basic to go back to the main Adapter Connections page.
Use the Aggregated tab to view the aggregated and correlated data from all adapters about the device (“Basic Info”) and predefined highlighted/advanced data from specific adapters, displayed on the left panel.
For more details, see Device Profile Page - Aggregated Tab.
Noncompliant CIS Controls Tab
Use Noncompliant CIS Controls to view CIS benchmark controls (rules) for all devices that are noncompliant.
Use Search to drill down to results by Adapter Connection, Category, Control, or Section.
Click a benchmark control to open the Control (Rule) Details drawer, which displays a detailed description of the benchmark control and its remediation. For more information, see Rule Details Drawer.
Enforcement Runs Tab
Use Enforcement Runs to view the list of Enforcement runs that were executed on the device. Click on the run name in the Run Name column to view run history details.
For more details about Enforcements, see Using the Enforcement Center Page and Viewing Enforcement Set Run History.
Extended Data Tab
The Extended Data tab displays reserved information.
Use Notes to add notes to devices, and view a list of custom notes about the device, including the user who added the note and the time the note was added. To add a note, click Add Note. Use the Search bar of that page to search a list of notes on a device.
Use Tags to view the list of all tags associated with the device, as well as the date the tag was created, the date it was last updated, and the expiration date (if it is associated with a tag).
To edit the device tags, click Manage Tags. The Tag Device dialog opens.
Select the tags to be associated with the device and unselect tags you wish to disassociate from the device.
Set an expiration date for tags, edit or delete the expiration date, see Setting an Automatic Expiration Date for Tags.
Set a color for a tag, edit the tag color, or set the color to white (to display the tag without a colored background). See Setting Colors for Tags
Asset Investigation Tab
Use Asset Investigation to view details about how Assets change over time. The Asset Investigation tab shows information about changes to assets on your system. You can see changes over time, track specific assets and create a report of changed assets. To learn more about the Asset Investigation tab see Asset Investigation and Asset Comparison Report.
Navigating between Query Results
You can use the arrows at the top of the page to navigate between query results.