Using Comparison Operators with Device Profile Attributes
Some device profile attributes can be modified using comparison operators shown in the below table, which is useful in situations such as these:
Keeping a device profile current with software that is automatically updated on client devices—you don’t need to manually change the profile each time the software is updated.
Specifying that a specific file detected on client machines has a timestamp greater than a certain date and time.
Specifying that the Windows operating system detected on the client device be greater than or equal to a certain version.
Available comparison operators
|<=||Less than or equal to|
|!=||Not Equal to|
|>=||Greater than or equal to|
Comparison operators can be used in conjunction with these device profile attributes:
File date or time stamp for a specific file
File size for a specific file
Registry entry (when value data is selected for a registry key)
Advanced End Point Control
This example show how to find a file on a PC running Microsoft Windows that has recently been updated.
To specify a relative or absolute file date
In the AMC, navigate to User Access > End Point Control.
The End Point Control page displays.
In the Zones and Profiles section, click Edit next to Profiles.
The Zones and Profiles page displays.
In the Device Profiles section, click the + (New) icon.
Select Windows from the dropdown list.
Type a meaningful name for the device profile in the Name field.
(Optional) In the Description field, type a descriptive comment about the device profile.
In the Add attribute(s) area, select File name in the Type list.
In the File name field, type
weekly_timesheet.xls. Here are two examples of how to specify a time stamp for the file:
To specify that weekly_timesheet.xls has been updated within the last five days, select <= in the Last modified list, click Relative, and then type
5 in the field.
To specify that the file was updated after June 1, 2017, select >= in the Last modified list, click Absolute, and then type
06/01/2017 in the fields.
Click Add to Current Attributes, and then click Save.
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