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benp
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'Is within X versions of Repository' for ENS

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Hi Peeps,

I have a VSE Compliance Server Query setup to generate a Dashboard Pie Graph... In the Query Criteria configuration there is an option to set 'Is within X versions of Repository' and a value field for how many versions. Anyone know where I can find the ENS equivalent?

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Ben

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twenden
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I had the similiar issue when moving from VSE to ENS. I created the following query that can show me systems that are falling behind. See the screen captures below. 

ENS1.pngENS2.png

 

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In your ens threat prevention properties, you can select amcore content version is within x versions.  There are also some default queries for ens compliance that you can use.

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Did you mean here? ENS threat Prevention Systems -> AMCore Content Version...

Unfortunately not..

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You look like you are combining criteria with ENS & VirusSca. For me doing that will not work as one uses DAT and the other AMcore. I have created on my dashboard serveral pie charts, one for VirusScan systems and one for systems running ENS.

In the criteria, I am only querying on AMCore Content Date is within the last 2 days and the last communication is within the last 1 days. 

 

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That was only for screenshot comparison purposes.. 

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I was going to suggest same thing twenden posted, but you might want to consider changing communication time, as that may produce a false positive if your asci is more than an hour.

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I had the similiar issue when moving from VSE to ENS. I created the following query that can show me systems that are falling behind. See the screen captures below. 

ENS1.pngENS2.png

 

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AMCore Content Date seems to be the fix. Thanks!!!
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