Maintenance tasks are where you generate customized queries on the entities, activities, and events in your Security Center system for maintenance and troubleshooting purposes.
This section takes you on a tour of the maintenance task layout, and describes the common elements of most maintenance tasks. The Access rule configuration task was used as an example. You can open the Access rule configuration task by typing its name in the Search box on the home page.
|A||Number of results||Displays the number of returned results. A warning is issued when your query returns too many rows. If this happens, adjust your query filters to reduce the number of results.|
|B||Query filters||Use the filters in the query tab to set up your query. Click on a filter heading to turn it on () or off. Invalid filters display as Warning or Error. Hover your mouse over the filter to view the reason it is invalid.|
|C||Export/print report||Click to export or print your report once it is generated.|
|D||Select columns||Right-click a column heading to select which columns to display.|
|E||Report pane||View the results of your report. Drag an item from the list to a tile in the canvas, or right-click an item in the list to view more options associated with that item, if applicable.|
|F||Generate report||Click to run the report. This button is disabled if you have not selected any query filters, or when you have invalid filters. While the query is running, this button changes to Cancel. Click on Cancel to interrupt the query.|