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  1. Hey Stuart, appreciate the quick responses! I really don't need the name filter, it was just one I seen in the API docs and was using it as a reference point. I thought the issue was just combining filters, it appears though that it was my query. Here is one that just worked: https://site.logicmonitor.com/santaba/rest/device/devices?filter=deviceType:0,disableAlerting:true To take this one step further, would the filter be different for a custom property? These examples are giving me a hard time trying to convert for my use case. Albeit, I am using v2 of the API but, I can
  2. Is it possible to apply multiple filters to an API query? If so, would anyone have an example of what it would look like? Here are my current attempts: Working: https://agio.logicmonitor.com/santaba/rest/device/devices?filter=deviceType:0 Not working: https://agio.logicmonitor.com/santaba/rest/device/devices?filter=deviceType:0,name-QA* Thanks!
  3. A couple of thoughts that may help.... Have you tried utilizing device properties to create dynamic groups? Ex. In our MSP model we have different clients assigned to resource groups, within their resource groups we make properties for location, type, etc. Then we also set a 'level property'. This would allow us to create a dynamic group with a query like join(system.staticgroups,",") =~ "ClientGroup1/ClientGroup2" && hasCategory("MicrosoftDomainController") || priority.level =~ "P1" Have you also tried the mapping process and using the alert roll up? We cannot find a use
  4. As a continuation to @Kerry DeVilbiss's datasource to track DC's that are getting unsigned LDAP bindings, we have been thinking about making a datasource that will track the incoming connections. Our thought was to take a page from this article and query our event log every X minutes and output the response of found events to the datasource. My question is a two-parter: 1) Does anyone have experience using a datasource to output large amounts of data to the wildvalue? If so, is there a character limit? We were thinking once we found the event we could narrow down the relevant data inside
  5. The datasource is available now. Appreciate this Kerry! It's already making a big splash for my team.
  6. Try taking a look at this dashboard that Kerry D created. It has two widgets by ping and port latency. https://github.com/kdevilbiss/Dashboards/blob/master/Default Dashboards 2.0/Local_Network_Latency.json
  7. Hey Anthony, When will this DataSource be out of security review?