Examine a Device Profile
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You can examine the details about your devices by looking at their profiles, which displays the data that Axonius collected and correlated from multiple sources.
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For more details on the Device Profile, see:

To Achieve this Milestone

Search for a device and examine its profile using one of the following methods:

  • Search bar on Axonius Dashboard - to search for a specific asset.
  • Devices screen - run a saved query or create your own to get a desired list of devices.

Searching for Assets

The search bar in the Axonius dashboard screen enables free text search to identify and investigate a specific asset.

To search for assets:

  1. Open the the Axonius Dashboard screen by clicking the image.png icon on the left navigation panel.
  2. Enter the text to be searched.
    When you search for a specific text, the search is executed on main device or user attributes, inlcuding:
    • Devices - asset name, host, manufacturer serial number, MAC addresses, IP addresses, last used users and tags.
    • Users - mail, username, first name, last name, tag.
  3. The Search screen opens, displaying the results in two separate tables, Devices and Users, sorted by the number of solutions discovered the asset ('Adapter' column).
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  4. In the search screen, you can:
    • Investigate a specific asset - click any device or user record to review its details. For details, see Device Profile screen and User Profile screen.
    • View the entire device or user list of results - click 'View in Devices' or 'Click in Users' will display the complete list of results. For details, see Devices screen and Users Screen.

You can add Axonius as an "other search engine" in Google Chrome to search for assets in Axonius directly from Google Chrome address bar.
Fore more details, see Searching for Assets.

Running a Saved Query

The Devices screen displays all the collected devices for the chosen query. The query name is displayed above the search bar.
If no query has been chosen, the screen displays all collected devices.

To run a saved query:

  1. Open the Devices screen, click image.png icon on the left navigation panel.
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  2. Click Saved Queries on the top right corner above the query results table. The Saved Queries screen opens, displaying all the saved queries for devices entities.
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  3. Search for a query and click its record to execute it.

  4. Click any device record to review its details. For details, see Device Profile screen.

Fore more details on working with saved queries, see Saved Queries (Devices).

Running your Own Query

The Query Wizard lets customers create granular queries to understand how devices and users adhere to their polcies.

To create and run your own query:

  1. From the Devices Screen, click Query Wizard on the top right corner above the Devices table.

  2. The popup opens enables you to add filtering expressions upon different properties of devices. You can create multiple filter expressions and decide on the logical operators between them to create complex filtering conditions.

    For example, the expression below filters all devices which Windows is their operating system (OS: Type) and such devices were seen in Axonius in the last 7 days:

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    The Query Wizard consists of following elements which requires the user input to create a filter expression:

    1. AND / OR switch
    2. NOT Flag
    3. Source drop-down
    4. Adapter drop-down
    5. Field drop-down
    6. Operator drop-down
    7. Value field
    8. Bracket controls

  3. To run the query, click Search.

  4. Click any device record to review its details. For details, see Device Profile screen.

For more details on the Query Wizard elements and on advanced querying, see Query Wizard and Query Filter Bar.

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