And if I want to see all of the columns for the hosts that are part of a specific manual group?
Thank you very much.
Try something like this
SEARCH Group WHERE name='tim' TRAVERSE Container:Containment:ContainedItem:Host SHOW *
I think you got me wrong...
How can I see all the information I can get about my hosts,
where the hosts group are 'tim' for example...?
Isn't that what my query does? It finds the correct group, then traverses to contained Hosts and displays all attributes.
Did you try it out?
I did but it does'nt work...
Only thing I can think of is that you have sub-groups in your group. Under the hood, there is a subtle difference in a group with and without sub-groups. If you DO have subgroups and you want to get back all Hosts in all subgroups then you could try something like this:
SEARCH Group WHERE name='tim' TRAVERSE Container:Containment:ContainedItem:Group TRAVERSE Container:Containment:ContainedItem:Host SHOW *
No I do'nt have sub group.
I got the "id" number for the "lookup" function from the "search query" tab and then added "SHOW *"
I found an answer to my problem,
My groups wasn't built right, they contained only discovery run and not hosts.
Now it works great.
Thank you so much.