What is the Way To Search for Endpoints in Webroot?

Webroot antivirus is the best security product which gives complete security to your data from cyber threat and can install via www.webroot.com/safe. It immediately identifies the threat and blocks it. The user can search for a single endpoint or multiple endpoints through Webroot dynamic and flexible search functionality. In this blog, you will read the method to search for Endpoints in Webroot.

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Method To Search for an Endpoint:

In this from the Endpoint Protection panel, you have to tap on the Group Management tab. After this, you need to tap on the Search tab. Now, the Search panel appears on your computer screen. Then in the Hostname field, you need to enter the name of the host. Here from the Status drop-down menu, you have to select any of the following:

Protected

Infected

Expired

Infected & Expired

Not Seen Recently

Next from the Group drop-down menu, you need to select the group in which you wish to search. Then from the Policy drop-down menu, you need to select the policy in which you wish to search. After this, in the Active Directory field, just choose either of the following:

Enter active directory name.

Browse the location of active directory.

Here from the Keycode drop-down menu, you need to select the keycode which you wish to search on. Now, from the Platform drop-down menu, you need to select the platform which you wish to search on. Then from the Windows OS drop-down menu, you need to select one of the operating systems:

Windows XP

Windows Vista

Windows 7

Windows 8

Windows Server

MacOS

Other

If the user wanted to include deactivated endpoints, then you have to select the Include Deactivated checkbox. But if the user wants to exclude deactivated endpoints, then you do not select the Include Deactivated checkbox. At last, you need to tap on the Submit button to filter the results.

Now, you will see the Management Portal show all endpoints which match the search in the right panel. For more details, tap on webroot.com/safe.

Method To Perform an Advanced Search:

In this from the Endpoint Protection panel, you need to tap on the Advanced Search button which is located in the upper right corner of the panel. Now, the Advanced Search panel appears on your screen. Then in the Agent version field, you need to enter the agent number. Here from the Agent Language drop-down menu, you need to select from a pre-set list of supported languages. Next from the VM drop-down menu, you need to select one of the following: Yes — This is the default or No. After this, in the Device MID field, you need to enter the unique Webroot-based identifier for the device. Then in the Instance MID field, you need to enter the Webroot-based identifier for the instance. Here in the Current User field, you need to enter the name of the current user. Now in the Public IP Address field, you need to enter the public IP address. At this point, in the Internal IP Address field you need to enter the internal IP address. Next from the Workgroup drop-down menu, you need to select from a pre-set list of available workgroups. Then in the MAC Address field, you need to enter the address of the MAC. At last, just tap on the Submit button in order to filter the results.

Now, the Management Portal will show you all the endpoints which match the search in the right panel.

The above method helps to search for Endpoints in Webroot. If the user wants more details, then go to the site of Webroot antivirus via www.webroot.com/safe.

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