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Splunk DBConnect & hashes

Good afternoon.  We use DBConnect and ingest our events into Splunk.  We've recently introduced application control and would like to add the hash values of files in the ePO event to the Splunk event.  

what's the best way to accomplish this?  we figure we just need to add it to the ePO query but don't know where the hashes are kept.

please advise.  thanks.

oh -- we're using ePO 5.10, if that matters.

 

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Re: Splunk DBConnect & hashes

If you ever want to find out what tables/columns data is in, the easiest way to do that is to create a query in epo to find data you want, save it, then select that query and go to actions, view sql.  That will tell you which table/view and column the data is stored in.

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