Create query first using Hardware Inventory > Network Adapter Configuration > DNSSEARCHORDER is not null
Use that query for your sub-report. It will only return those records where there is a configuration value getting rid of all the junk. Add this column to your report...
You can then assign the report to a device Group to further limit the results. If you run the report and discover results using Public DNS servers then you can add additional Criteria to further limit results.
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I had forgotten that another customer had same need so here is what you need to do.
Global Settings > Inventory Filters | Hardware Filters > Create New Filter (or modify existing if you are already using one)
Drill down until you see the Network Adapter Configuration and add DNSSearchOrder as screen shot shows:
Once you have "saved" the changes by clicking on Assigned objects (pop up to save). Assign to the Device Group you want to add this additional attribute. You can force a new Hardware inventory Update via Op Rule or do an "Audit Now" on your test device prior to assigning to a lot of devices to ensure you are collecting the additional attribute.
Once value is collected it will be in your query columns to select.
Here is what I did to remove Blanks
You forgot to move the attribute ABOVE the reject * line. Simply move the new attribute up one row and Reassign and once you get the green assigned dot go to a device, run an Audit Now and wait until you see that Hardware was updated on that device. Now look at hardware Inventory on that device under Network Adapter Configuration and it should be there. Once populated it becomes an item to query.
Sorry I did not make that clear but in my defense, I did provide screen shots
lol, make sense. reject everything below...
Thank you very much as always.