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ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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Hey like shown in the printscree below I need to insert into the report the variable of the AMcore version, someone knows where can I find it? Maybe some one have the KB that speaks abou all the variables I can use here? 

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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Eventually, I've got an official answer from McAfee, there still no option to add what I needed in the report. 

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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You can submit an idea for that functionality - see kb60021

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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@Anton_Sysec 

It is pretty simple. Follow the below steps.

1. Create a query to display AMcore Content version details.

2. Create a report and include the query which you have created for AMcore content details.

3. In the Text, just select "runtime parameters".

4. Run the report which eventually displays the AMCore content version. I have tested this for you.

Cheers!!!

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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I haven't explained myself well, I have a query that shows me all the endpoints that the Amcore is not updated on them for more than a week, in my weekly report that I send I need to insert the actual version of the Amcore above this query.

As I understood there is an option to put the variable of the Amcore into {} and it will automatically pull it from the EPO, that was my question, what is the variable of the Amcore? where can I find the list of all the variables that I can use like this? 

Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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@Anton_Sysec 

The query should have all the details about the AMCore Compliance details. The parameters have nothing to do with the report.

For Example, {Runtime Parameter} - If any content has been added to the report that can accept runtime parameters such as filters and threshold values, these options appear in this dialog box.

{Date and Time} - Displays date and time stamp on the report.

{User Name} - Displays on whose user details the report is being generated.

{Our Custom Message} you may add your custom message here in case if you like.

 

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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So how can I insert the relevant version of the Amcore to my Report? 

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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The variable options in the dropdown are all that is available.  You can add a query to your report that shows the amcore versions.

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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Eventually, I've got an official answer from McAfee, there still no option to add what I needed in the report. 

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Re: ePO 5.9.1 reports Variables

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You can submit an idea for that functionality - see kb60021

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