Users and Endpoints Screen

Go to Management > Users and Endpoints to do the following tasks:

Table 1. User and Endpoint Tasks



Limit displayed results.

Use the filter list at the left of the screen. Expand filter categories and select filters to apply. Resulting matches display in the list. Selected filters appear above the dynamic search.

For example, under Filters, expand Last Logon and then select Over 7 days ago. Users that have not logged on to endpoints in the last 7 days appear in the Users and Endpoints list. Selected filters: +Last Logon=<now-7d appears above the dynamic search.


If you collapse a filter category, selected filters within that category do not collapse.

Use the filter list and dynamic search together.

Figure 1. Dynamic Search

See Using-Dynamic-Search.html.

Display all or only the latest matching users that have logged on to endpoints.

Under Display, select one of the following:

  • Select All to display all matching users that logged on to the endpoint.

  • Select Last only to display only the most recent matching users that logged on to the endpoint.

Select users.

To select users, select the corresponding rows in the list.

Select endpoints.

To select endpoints, select corresponding rows in the list that display SYSTEM in the User Name column.

Enable or disable application control for selected rows.

Click Enable/Disable, and then select one of the following:

  • Enable Application Control

  • Disable Application Control

Export selected rows.

Do the following:

  1. To include columns that are not currently displayed, click Export As and then select Include hidden columns.

    See Configuring Columns.

  2. Click Export As and then select one of the following export formats:

    • Select CSV to export as a comma-separated values file.

    • Select XLSX to export as a Microsoft Excel 2007 spreadsheet.

Table 2. General Tasks



Limit displayed results.

Use dynamic search.

Figure 2. Dynamic Search

See Using-Dynamic-Search.html.

Configure list columns.

Click the Column Settings button.

Figure 3. The Column Settings Button

To learn about configuring columns, see Configuring Columns.

To learn about the default and available columns for this screen, see About User and Endpoint Columns.