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You can find it in the report uninstallers, information about:
|It is identified by the magnifying glass icon. Displays or hides the search fields present on the screen.
|It is identified by the counterclockwise arrow icon. Refreshes the page.
|It is identified by the three vertical dots icon. Displays a drop-down menu with possible actions for the reports.
|Drop-down menu option identified by the printer icon. Opens a new page for printing the report.
|Drop-down menu option identified by the sheet of paper icon. Download the report.
|Drop-down menu option identified by the clock icon. Open the form Schedule report.
|Filter the name of the application.
|Filter by Application or Uninstaller.
|Filter the name of the application vendor.
|Filter the user who added the application to GO Endpoint Manager.
|Filter the start date that the user was added.
|Filter the end date that the user was added.
|Filter what was the starting date of the last time the application was run.
|Filter what was the end date of the last time the application was run.
|Filter if the application is active/inactive on the workstation.
|Button to run the configured filtering process.
|Button to clear filled fields and start a new search.
The results are displayed in a list format on the screen, with columns named after the corresponding fields. The list presents some information that is not included in the search fields:
- Code: application identification number.
|Allows you to change the application registration.
|It's identified by the three vertical dots icon. Displays a drop-down menu with possible actions for the reports.
|Check the installed application versions.
|View details about the application, date added, checksum, and user added.
|View events related to application usage and actions performed using the application.
An application is unique to senhasegura, regardless of its installation folder and the name of its binary. GO Endpoint Manager is able to identify the different versions of applications and centralize the registration to create segregations.