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  1. Hi, I have the following group hierarchy: Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/Citrix Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/Network Services Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/Network Services/Routers Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/Network ServicesSwitches Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/Backups In an inventory report I want to include all devices except devices under "Network Services". I've tried numerous expressions and thought the following would be the one to go with: Infrastructure Services/Primary/EMEA/!(Network Services) But this still includes t
  2. A very useful feature of LogicMonitor is the support for glob expressions in fields throughout your portal. If you’ve spent a good amount of time customizing your alert rules or dashboard widgets, chances are you’re already familiar with the usefulness of character matching. If you aren’t accustomed to using glob or are curious as to what benefits it it can provide, please read on. What is glob? Simply put, glob is the name for a process of pattern matching. Its name is derived from the fact that it’s checking against a global list of object names. If you have a look at your device tr