can you show a copy of the rule you have, perhaps a screenshot ?
So these are the parts I have in my template
Then this is what I have for my compliance
and when I run my test - it is taking the items as 2 separate things - it finds UUID's that are !> 999 and then passwords != 90 when what I want is to show UUID's that are > 999 WITH max password days != 90
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if you want to do:
UUID's that are > 999 WITH max password days != 90
then you need to loop:
for each "Unix Users.Unix User:/**"
@UID@ > 999
@"Max Days Between Changes"@ = 90
click on the grey'd out line there in the results. do you see uuids listed that are > 999 and have a max passwd change != 90 ?
Ah ok yes - I see now. Thank you. What is the best way to view the actual results of the job though? In y results I have the Rules View and the Server View - what I want to see id a listing of the servers with the accounts that aren't in compliance in a readable way - any suggestions? I know I can set up a schedule to get these to run, but then how do I get them exported in a readable way too?
Thanks so much
You can export the results. if you have bdssa you can generate a report based on these results.
You can also set the schedule to email the results to you when any of the targets are not compliant.
Great thanks - I just wish it was more of a list then to include the entire statement.
Appreciate all the help and fast responses!