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Script event fields

The following information displays in the Events List:
Script Event
# Devices
This is the number of devices affected by this script.
Acknowledging an event means it has been reviewed.
This is the number of alerts triggered by this script.
This is the number of times the script was discovered and was blocked.
Drive Type
This is the drive or storage type the script was discovered on. For example, it might list Internal Hard Drive or Network Drive.
File Path
This is the path where the script was found.
This is the script interpreter that is responsible for executing the script. This could be PowerShell, Active Script, or Microsoft Office Macros.
Last Reported
This is the date and time the script was last discovered on devices in your organization.
This is the SHA256 hash for the script file.
This is the current status of the event.