Data View Terminology

Control Manager uses the following terms in data views, returned queries, and generated reports.

Note:

For a complete list of data view terminology, see Data Views.

Table 1. Data View Terminology

Data

Description

Endpoint

Displays the IP address or host name of a computer.

IP

Displays the IP address of a computer.

Port

Displays the port number of an computer.

MAC

Displays the MAC address of an computer.

Product

Displays the name of the managed product. Example: OfficeScan, ScanMail for Microsoft Exchange

Product Entity

Displays the entity display name for a managed product. Control Manager identifies managed products using the managed product's entity display name.

Product Host

Displays the host name of the server on which the managed product installs.

Product IP

Displays the IP address of the server on which the managed product installs.

Product MAC

Displays the MAC address of the server on which the managed product installs.

Product Version

Displays the managed product's version number. Example: OfficeScan 10.0, Control Manager 5.0

Source Host

Displays the IP address or host name of the computer where security threats originate.

Source IP

Displays the IP address of the computer where security threats originate.

Source Port

Displays the port number of the computer where security threats originate.

Source MAC

Displays the MAC address of the computer where security threats originate.

Unique Endpoints

Displays the number of unique computers affected by security threats.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus on 3 different computers.

Unique Endpoints = 3

Unique Sources

Displays the number of unique infection sources where security threats originate.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus originating from 2 infection sources.

Unique Sources = 2

Unique Senders/Users

Displays the number of unique email message addresses or users sending content that violates managed product policies.

Example: A managed product detects 10 violation instances of the same policy coming from 3 computers.

Unique Senders/Users = 3

Unique Recipients

Displays the number of unique email message recipients receiving content that violate managed product policies.

Example: A managed product detects 10 violation instances of the same policy on 2 computers.

Unique Recipients = 2

Unique Detections

Displays the number of unique virus/malware managed products detect.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus on one computer.

Unique Detections = 1

Detections

Displays the total number of viruses/malware managed products detect.

Example: OfficeScan detects 10 virus instances of the same virus on one computer.

Detections = 10