Searching FIM Asset Tokens

activatedactivated

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the activation status (True, False)

Example

Find assets with this activation status.

activated: True

activationDateactivationDate

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the activation date.

Example

Find assets that are activated within certain dates.

activationDate: [2020-10-05 .. 2020-10-10]

Find assets activated on specific date.

activationDate: '2020-10-05'

agentService.httpStatusagentService.httpStatus

Use a text value ##### to find Linux assets based on http status.

Example

Find Linux assets with this http status.

agentService.httpStatus: null

agentService.osStatusagentService.osStatus

Select the token values from: Q_AuditNotPresent, Q_AuditInImmutableStat, Q_NeverTaskRuleExists, Q_SELinuxPackagesMissing.

Example

Find Linux assets with this OS status where the audit service is not in the running state.
agentservice.osStatus: Q_AuditNotPresent
Find the Linux assets whit the OS status where the SELinux packages are missing.
agentservice.osStatus: Q_SELinuxPackagesMissing
Find the Linux assets with the OS status where no FIM events will be generated.
agentservice.osStatus: Q_NeverTaskRuleExists 
 
Find Linux assets with this OS status.
agentService.osStatus: "Q_AuditChannelBusy" or agentService.osStatus: "Q_AuditConfigLockError"

agentService.osStatus: Q_AuditChannelBusy   
Audit channel is busy and fimc cannot access it

Example,
The audit channel busy error will occur if dispatcher=0 and auditd is already running (and hence, consuming the kernel's audit channel)

agentService.osStatus Q_AuditConfigLockError 
Audit config is lock in environment.
Example, 
Immutable and ConfigLockError should be the same. One being used by the old fimc (<v4.0) and the new one is probably added in 5.9

 
The OS Status value can be used to detect if the audit channel is locked or busy. 
Note: This agent status may get overwritten by a later status sent to platform by agent and 
hence the audit channel related error may not remain always visible.
 
For FIM prerequisite checks failed for Linux platform, you can use the following query.

agentService.osStatus:`Q_AuditNotPresent`

agentService.osStatus:`Q_AuditInImmutableState` or agentService.osStatus:`Q_NeverTaskRuleExists` or agentService.osStatus:`Q_SELinuxPackagesMissing`

agentService.statusagentService.status

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the agent service status. (CONFIG_PROFILE_APPLIED, CONFIG_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD_SUCCESS, CONFIG_PROFILE_DOWNLOAD_FAILED, FIM_DRIVER_LOADED, FIM_DRIVER_LOADED_FAILURE, FIM_DRIVER_UNLOADED, FIM_DRIVER_UNLOADED_FAILURE, FIM_EVENTS_UPLOADED, FIM_EVENTS_UPLOADED_FAILURE, FIM_ENABLED, FIM_DISABLED, FIMC_RUNNING, FIMC_STOPPED).

Example

Find assets with this agent service status.

agentService.status: FIM_DRIVER_LOADED

agentService.statusCodeagentService.statusCode

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the agent service code. (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010).

Example

Find assets with this agent service code.

agentService.statusCode: 2001

agentService.updatedDateagentService.updatedDate

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the agent updated.

Example

Find assets with agent updated within certain dates.

agentService.updatedDate: [2020-10-05 .. 2020-10-10]

Find assets with this agent update date.

agentService.updatedDate: '2020-10-05'

agentUuidagentUuid

Use an integer value ##### to find assets by agent UUID.

Example

Show assets with this agent UUID.

agentUuid: "0c16f8b0-9f3b-4fcf-a7d6-730017b1a4d3"

agentVersionagentVersion

Use a text value ##### to find the assets with a agent version you're interested in.

Example

Show assets with this agent version.

agentVersion: 2.2.0

assetIdassetId

Use an integer value ##### to find assets by agent ID.

Example

Show assets with this agent ID.

assetId: 43227

assetTypeassetType

Use a text value ##### to filter assets by the certain asset type.

Example

Show assets with this asset type.

assetType: HOST

createdcreated

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the date created.

Example

Find assets created within certain dates.

created: [2020-10-05 .. 2020-10-10]

Find assets created on this date.

created: '2020-10-05'

netbiosNamenetbiosName

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the netbios name.

Example

Find assets with this netbios name.

netbiosName: null

ec2.regionec2.region

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the EC2 region.

Example

Find assets with this EC2 region.

ec2.region: "US East (N. Virginia)"

ec2.instanceIdec2.instanceId

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the EC2 instance ID.

Example

Find assets with this EC2 instance ID.

ec2.instanceId: i-1234567890abcdef0

ec2.hostnameec2.hostname

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the EC2 hostname.

Example

Find assets with this EC2 hostname.

ec2.hostname: abc.qualys.com

ec2.availabilityZoneec2.availabilityZone

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the EC2 availability zone of assets.

Example

Find assets with this EC2 availability zone of assets.

ec2.availabilityZone: us-east-1a

interfaces.macAddressinterfaces.macAddress

Use a text value #####to find assets with the MAC address you're interested in.

Example

Show the asset with this MAC address.

interfaces.macAddress: "00:0a:95:9d:68:16"

interfaces.addressinterfaces.address

Use a text value ##### to find assets with an IP address (IPv4 of IPv6) you're interested in.

Example

Find assets with this interfaces address.

interfaces.address: "10.115.106.169"

interfaces.hostnameinterfaces.hostname

Use a text value ##### to find assets with the hostname you're interested in.

Example

Find assets with this hostname.

interfaces.hostname: "WIN10-122.WORKGROUP"

interfaces.interfaceNameinterfaces.interfaceName

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the interface name.

Example

Find assets with this interface name.

interfaces.interfaceName: "Intel(R) 82574L Gigabit Network Connection"

lastLoggedOnUserlastLoggedOnUser

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the user last logged in user.

Example

Find assets with this last logged in user.

lastLoggedOnUser: "qualys_hs"

lastCheckedInlastCheckedIn

Use a date range or specific date to find assets based on the last check-in.

Example

Find assets with last check in within a specific date range.

lastCheckedIn: [2020-01-01 .. 2020-01-10]

Find assets with last check in starting 2019-11-01, ending 1 month ago.

lastCheckedIn: [2019-11-01 .. now-1M]

Find assets with last check in starting 2 weeks ago, ending 1 second ago.

lastCheckedIn: [now-2w .. now-1s]

Find assets with last check in on a specific date.

lastCheckedIn: '2020-02-11'

Find assets with last check in before (older than) last 30 days.

lastCheckedIn: <now-30d

Note: In this case, we recommend not to use the NOT operator in your range search to form a query like NOT lastCheckedIn:[now-30d .. now-2s].

Find assets with last check in within last 30 days excluding day 30.

lastCheckedIn: >now-30d

Find assets with last check in within last 30 days including day 30.

lastCheckedIn: >=now-30d

Find assets with last check in which is older than last 30 days excluding day 30.

lastCheckedIn: <now-30d

Find assets with last check in which is older than last 30 days including day 30

lastCheckedIn: <=now-30d

operatingSystemoperatingSystem

Use quotes or backticks within values to find assets based on the operating system.

Example

Show asset for operating system.

operatingSystem: windows

Show any asset that contain parts of operating system name.

operatingSystem: "windows"

Show asset that match exact value.

operatingSystem: `windows`

manifest.statusmanifest.status

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on manifest status (FIM_ACTIVATION_REQUEST_RECEIVED, FIM_MANIFEST_DECOMMISSIONED, FIM_MANIFEST_ASSIGNED, FIM_MANIFEST_APPLIED_SUCCESS, FIM_MANIFEST_APPLICATION_FAILED, FIM_MANIFEST_ASSIGNMENT_FAILED, FIM_MANIFEST_PUBLISHED, NO_FIM_MONITORING_PROFILE_FOUND, QUEUED_FOR_MANIFEST_GENERATION).

Example

Find assets with this manifest status.

manifest.status: FIM_ACTIVATION_REQUEST_RECEIVED

manifest.idmanifest.id

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on manifest ID.

Example

Find assets with this manifest ID.

manifest.id: 920e5b2f-546a-444f-b5e5-f13931597df9

manifest.updatedDatemanifest.updatedDate

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on manifest updated date.

Example

Find assets with manifest updated within certain dates.

manifest.updatedDate: [2020-10-05 .. 2020-10-10]

Find assets with this manifest update date.

manifest.updatedDate: '2020-10-05'

namename

Use quotes or backticks with value to find assets with the name you're interested in.

Example

Show any asset related to name.

name: localhost

Show any asset that contain parts of name.

name: "localhost"

Show asset that match exact name.

name: `localhost`

system.bootsystem.boot

Use a text value ##### to find assets based on the last boot date.

Example

Find assets booted within certain dates.

system.boot: [2020-10-05 ... 2020-10-10]

Find assets with this last boot date.

system.boot: '2020-10-05'

tags.nametags.name

Use quotes or backticks within values to find assets based on the tag name.

Example

Find assets with tag name.

tags.name: cloud

Find assets that contain parts of tag name.

tags.name: "cloud"

Find assets that match exact value.

tags.name: `cloud`

andand

Use a boolean query to express your query using AND logic.

Example

Show approved incidents in patching category

agentService.status: `FIMC_RUNNING` and operatingSystem: `linux`

notnot

Use a boolean query to express your query using NOT logic.

Example

Show incidents that were not pre-approved

agentService.status: `FIMC_RUNNING` not operatingSystem: `linux`

oror

Use a boolean query to express your query using OR logic.

Example

Show incidents with one of these categories

agentService.status: `FIMC_RUNNING` or operatingSystem: `linux`