Patch Success title bar
The title bar shows information about the total number of devices and the patch status. The totals on the title bar are not affected by filters. The following table describes the function of each heading in the title bar.
|Inventory repository||A selected inventory repository. Changing the selection in this drop down will update the data on the Patch Success dashboards. Only one inventory repository can be selected at any one time.|
The total number of devices in the selected inventory repository. If two numbers are shown, the first number is the total number of devices that reported patch data. A single number is shown if all devices reported patch data.
The image above shows 8 devices have reported patch data.
|Fully patched||The number of fully patched devices.|
|Require rebooting||The number of devices that require rebooting to complete installations.|
|Require patching||The number of devices with missing patches.|
|Require attention||The number of devices with failed patches.|
A management group filter. Changing the selection in this drop down will change the filter to the selected management group and update the data on the Patch Success dashboards.
To filter multiple management groups you must use the Filter popup, and the title bar will show the first one in the filter list.
|Last processed||This shows the last time the ETL and cube was last processed.|
|Avatar||The initials of the logged on user.|
The filter bar shows all currently selected filters. The Filter button open the Filter popup to allow filters to be managed, and Clear Filters removes all the currently selected filters.
You can add filters by using the Filters button, or cicking on headings in the Overview
Using the Filter popup to add and remove filters
- Click the Filter button to display the Filter popup
- Select a Filter type from the first column
- Select or enter all the required filter options for the selected filter and click Add
- Add multiple filters if required
- Click Apply to close the Filter popup and apply the selected filters
You can add multiple filters of the same type if needed, the exception being range filters where only one filter per type can be added. The range filters are time to install and publish date. All filters of the same type are combined with OR, filters of different types are combined with AND. The Filter popup is divided into 3 columns as shown in the picture opposite and the table below:
|Filter type||Filter options||Filter summary|
Displays a list of Filter types.
Select a Filter type by scrolling through the list and selecting one.
Displays options for the currently selected filter type.
Click Add to add the filter with its selected options.
Click Clear to reset the currently selected options. This will not affect filters that have already been added to the filter summary column.
Displays all the currently selected filters.
Click theicon to remove a filter from the summary.
Click Apply to apply the new filters and close the Filter dialog.
Click Cancel to ignore any changes and close the Filter dialog.
Interacting with Overview page charts to add and remove filters
You can click on chart slices and labels to add filters. Clicking on a slice or label once adds its filter, and clicking on it again removes its filter. Clicking with the CTRL key down allows you to add and remove multiple filters. For range charts clicking with the SHIFT key down allows you to select a range of filters.
To remove a filter
- click on the icon to remove an invidual filter from the Filter summary or from the filter bar
- click on Clear filters to remove all filters from the filter bar
- click on a icon to remove an invidual filter from teh filter bar
- open the Filter popup and use the the Filter summary or from the filter bar
The pictures below show an example of filters that have been added to show Security Updates on Windows 10 devices in the UK or US management groups.