- 28 Mar 2023
- 2 Minutes to read
Searching for Assets
- Updated on 28 Mar 2023
- 2 Minutes to read
Click the search icon to open the search bar on any Axonius page. Use the search bar to use free text search to identify and investigate a specific asset. The search icon appears at the top of every page on Axonius.
You can add Axonius as an "other search engine" in Google Chrome to search for assets in Axonius directly from Google Chrome address bar.
Searching for a Specific Asset
When you search for a specific text, the search is executed on the main device or user attributes, including:
- Devices - asset name, host, manufacturer serial number, MAC addresses, IP addresses, last used users and tags.
- Users - mail, username, first name, last name, tag.
The Search page opens on a new page, displaying the results in two separate tables, Devices and Users, sorted by the number of solutions discovered for the asset ('Adapter' column).
In the search page, you can:
- Investigate a specific asset - click any device or user record to review its details. For details, see Device Profile page and User Profile page.
- View the entire device or user list of results - click 'View in Devices' or 'Click in Users' to display the complete list of results. For details, see Devices page and Users page. Click on the application icons in the side panel to return to the page you were on.
Searching for Assets Directly from Google Chrome Address Bar
To enable searching for assets directly from Google Chrome, you need to add Axonius as an "other search engine" in Google Chrome:
- On your computer, open Google Chrome.
- At the top right, click More () and then Settings.
- Under 'Search engine', click 'Manage search engines'.
- Find 'Other search engines' and click Add.
- In the 'Add search engine' modal displayed, provide the following information:
a. Search engine - enter a label or name for the search engine. For example: "Axonius".
b. Keyword - Enter the text shortcut you want to use for the search engine. You can enter the keyword in your address bar to quickly use the search engine. For example: "Axonius".
c. URL with %s in place of query - Use the following URL format: https://[your Axonius address]/dashboard/explorer?search=%s
For example: https://demo-latest.axonius.com/dashboard/explorer?search=%s
To search for assets directly from Google Chrome, in the address bar, type "Axonius", press Tab or Space and then type the text to be searched. For example:
The search page then opens, displaying the searched text in the search bar and the results for it.