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Configuration and miscellaneous

Use Configuration & miscellaneous to change some device properties and see some device details.

Properties

The properties section displays some device properties, like the device name, zones the device is assigned to, and the device policy.
  1. In QRadar, select
    BlackBerry Cylance
    .
  2. Select
    Devices
    .
  3. Specify a device.
  4. Click
    Configuration & miscellaneous
    .
  5. Under Properties, select a device from the device list.
  6. Click
    Get Lockdown History
    to view the lockdown history for the device.
    If there is no lockdown history, then nothing will display.
  7. To change the device name, enter a new name in the Name field.
    It is recommended to leave the device name as is, unless the field is empty.
  8. Select a zone from the zone list.
    You can select multiple zones for a device.
  9. Select a policy from the policy list.
    Only one policy can be assigned to a device.
  10. Click
    Update
    .

State & Details

The state and details section displays information related to the device. For example, the lockdown history for the device displays here.
Item
Description
Lockdown History
  • User ID
    shows the user ID for the administrator who locked down the device.
  • Timestamp
    shows the date and time the device was locked down.
  • Command
    shows the lockdown command that was issued.
  • Back to device state
    returns you to the device status.
Status
  • ON
    displays if the device is online. Click the icon to display the device details.
  • OFF
    displays if the device is offline. Click the icon to display the device details.
  • ?
    displays if a device has not been selected. Select a device from the device list.
  • Last Modified
    shows the date and time the device information was last modified.
  • Hostname
    shows the hostname for the device.
  • IP Addresses
    provides a list of all IP address associated with the device.
  • MAC Addresses
    provides a list of all MAC addresses associated with the device.
  • OS Version
    shows the operating system for the device.
  • Is Safe
    shows if a device has no threats or all threats have been mitigated.
    • true
      means there are not threats on the device that need to be acted upon.
    • false
      means there are threats on the device that need to be acted upon.
  • Last User
    shows the username of the user who last logged on the device.
  • Back to device status
    returns you to the device status.