I'd like to build a query but not sure how to go about it. Hoping someone here can help.
What i'd like to do is build a query that shows me users who have offloaded data to removable media within the past week. But the kicker is to show 'frequency' of data offloading vs. amount. For example:
Run a query showing me all of the users who offloaded data for the past week - parse the data to show how often each user offloads data. Ultimately my goal is to keep an eye on my 'frequent flyer' users to see if they are building up a slow repository for potential retirement or exit from the company.
We currently provide stats for large volume of data but having trouble parsing it down to this idea and would like some help.
You can accomplish this using an excel filter. All you need to do is to run a query for All users who have triggered device Incidents. Export the result to CSV and then open it in excel and put a filter for each user and see how much Incidents they have triggered so far, or you can use syntax using Vlookup for the same
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