Endpoint Cloud provides a Device page for every device that it discovers. The Device page provides detailed information about the device's status, data, hardware, and software.
To access the Device page for a device:
- Click on Inventory or Protection.
- Click on the options button ( ... ) for the device in the devices list.
- Click View.
Alternatively, you can click on the device in the devices list, and then select the View icon at the top of the slide-in panel.
The Device page has an actions panel at the top and information tabs below. The Details tab is shown by default, and you can select Data Discovered, Hardware, and Software.
The name and status banner at the top of the Device page contains several action icons. The availability of the icons varies depending on which features are enabled in the Policy and whether the Protection Agent has been activated.
You can use the action icons only once the Protection Agent has been activated:
The Details tab is shown by default and it provides information about Endpoint Cloud's view of the device.
The Status section includes the size of the backup data, the amount of discovered data, the time and status of the most recent backup, and whether the DLP features are enabled.
The Profile section shows the user profile credentials and the Team, Policy, and Vault that the device is associated with.
The Device section shows information about the operating system and agents that are running on the device. It also shows the network connection details.
The Data Discovered tab provides information about the business data that Endpoint Cloud has discovered on the device.
There is information about the types of file Endpoint Cloud has discovered, and also the locations where the data was found.
The Hardware tab provides information about the device and its components, including the type of motherboard and processor, and the amount of memory.
The Software tab contains a list of the software applications, drivers, services, and updates that are installed on the device.
By default, the list shows the Applications. You can click on the buttons above the list to set it to show Drivers, Services, or Updates.
You can use the Search feature to set the software list to only display information about applications, drivers, services, or updates that have a particular name (or part of a name).
You can also choose to hide columns on the software list. For example, you may not be interested in the Installed on date or the Publisher on the Applications view, and so you can hide those columns.
To show/hide columns, click on the Columns icon and then choose which columns to include or exclude.