Using the Script Result Smart Filter
Information displayed in the list can be easily filtered to narrow the focus to only those script results of interest. One way to do this is by using the Smart Filter.
The Smart Filter contains several default filters. You can also define your own custom filters.
The Results since option can be used to adjust the amount of information displayed within the pane prior to using the Smart Filter.
The Smart Filter contains several default filters that are identified by a leading asterisk. Default filters cannot be modified or deleted. The default filters include the following:
•*All ITScript Results: All script results are displayed.
•*Today: Only those script results that were generated today are displayed.
•*Last 30 Days: Only those script results that were generated within the last 30 days are displayed.
•*Last 60 Days: Only those script results that were generated within the last 60 days are displayed.
•*Last 90 Days: Only those script results that were generated within the last 90 days are displayed.
You can create your own custom filters. This is a powerful tool that enables you to specify exactly which results you want displayed. Each custom filter is comprised of one or more rules. You can define as many rules in a filter as needed.
To create a new filter:
1.Click the Create a New Smart Filter icon ().
The Smart Filter dialog is displayed.
2.Specify which rules in the filter must be matched.
•All: Only those events that match all the rules in the filter will be displayed.
•Any: Events that match at least one rule in the filter will be displayed.
3.Define one or more rules.
To define a rule, select an option in each of the first two logic boxes and then type the criteria in the third box. To add another rule simply click Add Rule.
If you define a rule that does not make sense (for example, "Script Name is greater than 3") the rule will simply be ignored.
4.Type a name for the filter.
5.When you are finished defining your custom filter, click Save/Rename.
Assume you want to see the security events that occurred on your target machines on a specific date. You simply create a filter similar to the following: