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No. What do you mean by active? If you mean scanned successfully last time (which is not exactly the same thing) you can do something like
SEARCH FLAGS(NO_SEGMENT) Host, NetworkDevice, Printer, SNMPManagedDevice, ManagementController, MFPart, StorageDevice
WHERE age_count > 0
Mixing those together make it difficult to pick sensible columns in a report.
Here is one of the Catch-All's we use, Hope it helps (added MFPart but, not used here), not sure if query was attached, tried twice:
MF Parts and StorageDevice not executed in this query
Our NetApp StorageDevices show up just fine in our execution of this report. We do not have any MFPart so, maybe no attributes that cover it.
Not sure, however there may be a way to achieve this.
However, I found some difference in the number of host, when I generated the report with the above query it shows some number and if i check the host & containers it shows higher.