Active Filters: Overview

Summary: High-level overview of active filters in Ivanti Neurons for RBVM/ASOC.

Filters provide Ivanti Neurons for RBVM/ASOC users with helpful ways of sorting findings and organizing scanner data. Active filters are a key component of sorting findings and vulnerabilities. Setting an active filter lets you take data in Neurons for RBVM/ASOC and narrow your scope based on your select filters. You can set up several active filters at the same time. Clicking the Active Filter (Active Filter - Small) button on a list view allows you to set an active filter and view all filters currently applied to the list view.

Active Filters - Active Filter Window

Filter Category: Select what field to filter by. Click the text box; an alphabetical list appears of all filterable fields. Either type your filter category and select it from the list or scroll through the list and select your filter category.

Active Filters - Filter Category

Is/Is Not: Include/exclude specific data sets from your filter.

Active Filters - Is Is Not

Operator: Fine-tune what you want to filter. Options in this drop-down menu change depending on the filter category.

Active Filters - Operator

Remove Spaces Before and After Each Value: When checked, the filter values entered will have whitespace removed before and after each value.

Active Filters - Remove Spaces

Value: The value to filter for in the filter category. Click the text box; an alphabetical list appears of all available values. Either type out the value and select it from the list or scroll through the list and select your value.

Active Filters - Value

Clear: Clear the information from the fields. If you have already applied other filter criteria, clicking this button will not clear those items.

Active Filters - Clear Button Location

Add: Add the new filter parameters to the active filter. When you click add, it will update the page’s list view with the filter applied.

Active Filters - Add Button Location

Clear All: Clear all fields and remove all applied filters. Only available when one or more filters are applied.

Active Filters - Clear All Button Location-1

Save: Save your current active filter. Only available when one or more filters are applied.

Active Filters - Save Button Location

There are two methods to determine if active filters are applied to your current data set.

Active Filter Bar: When filters are applied to a data set, they appear next to the page breadcrumbs in the active filter bar. This bar indicates that the provided criteria are filtering the data set. To remove a filter criterion, click the X button next to the filter criterion you want to remove. If this filter bar is not present, filters are not applied to the current data set.

Active Filters - Active Filter Display

Active Filter Button: For additional details about the filters applied in the Active Filter bar, click the Active Filter button. All filter criteria appear underneath the box to add filter parameters. To remove a filter criterion, click the X button next to the filter criterion you want to remove. To edit the filter criterion, click the pencil icon next to the X to modify that filter setting.

Active Filters - Edit and Remove Filter