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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    @m.gospodinov That was exactly the recommendation I wanted to give. Please note that you can also play a bit with the dashboards, make the "table view" displayed as default, and also when you edit the report template you can edit the "top 10" setting, so if you have more than 10 different problems you can list them all (that depends on size of your network mostly). 
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    m.gospodinov received kudos from MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    10. Dashboard > Computers > Security risk > Detailed information - I get a list with computers that have a problem. Most just require restart but others have different problems. Is there a way to separate them or at least add a field with the problem? Right now I have to click on each of these computers to see details and then go to alerts, which is extremely time consuming.
    p.s. I found it - Dashboard > Top computer problems > Expand the field > Table view.
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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    When you remove the "offline computers", is the checkbox "deactivate license" checked? As licensing is evaluated on the cloud licensing servers, you need to make sure, that checkbox for license removal is set. Also, you will have to click "synchronize licenses" in the license screen, to update the listing, as by default it refreshes every 24 hours. 
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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    Hello, I will try to give you some advice:
    Your fist case, should be done in a way that you use "nested dynamic groups". First one will do "Machine is not Windows XP" where I would recommend solution when you first filter out Windows XP machines:  Then you will filter out the ones that do not have the right version:  You can run a task on a list of computers differently: Select them in the computers table, choose each entry, and then click in the footer button "actions" and run task  From the task wizard, when you specify a trigger, you can inside specify either "add groups" or "add computers". When you click "add computers" you can choose whatever computer you like.  When you are in the "client tasks" section, and you expand the entry of the task, grey lines are for triggers. If you click on the "trigger entry" it shows you "delete". Afterwards the console asks you whether you want to delete a trigger.  In client tasks section.  It will install over, perform the upgrade of the computer. However, if you have already Agent installed, the most convenient way is to use software install task.   
     


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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    For number 1, maybe @MartinK might be able to shed some light. I can confirm that the "is one of" and "is not one of" is working for me OK. 
    Point in 6 is related to the fact, that the underlying data is not correlated with computer information. However I do agree, it would be a good idea to have it somehow interconnected, so I will report an improvement request for that.  However, you can apply a filter on "dynamic group" so if you have a DG set on particular criteria, you can also filter the report (for example windows XP DG). 
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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MichalJ in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    With regards to the number 7, this functionality will be available in the next release. You will have an option to download the generated report output directly from the dashboard.
    What is also possible in current version is, that when you drill down, apply filters, you can click "generate and download", to get the data exported in CSV format. 
     


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    m.gospodinov gave kudos to MartinK in dynamic groups expressions, update antivirus on list of computers, delete a trigger   
    I would have to verify by my self to be sure, but reason is probably that negation of specific condition is not very clear and it can be easily misunderstood. For example condition Installed software . Application version doesn't contain 7.1.2053.0 will be probably always true, as there will be also ESMC Agent with different version in list of installed applications. In case of version it makes no sense to use this kind of expression.
    My recommendation is to use positive conditions inside group definition, and instead negate result, i.e using NAND group type with following filters:
    Installed software . Application name = (equal) ESET Endpoint Antivirus Installed software . Application version = (equal) 7.1.2053.0  
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