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  1. Hello, so I was wondering if it was possible to create a Dynamic Device Group based on if box(es) were running a particular windows service ("ServiceNow"). I was looking at the Dynamic Device Group help and it only had a few examples for the custom query. Is there a full, comprehensive list of what options are available? Example the "hascategory()" function/test is listed where exactly in the help? And back to my original request can a Dynamic Device Group, group the machines that are running a particular Windows Service? I couldn't figure this out so I just went with a new Property Source definition and cloned and existing one that looked at all Windows Services on a box and tested if each one contained "ServiceNow" and then added the Category "ServiceNow" to the host. Then my DDG groups all these boxes based on "hasCategory("ServiceNowMID")" The Property Source script cloned/used: import com.santaba.agent.groovyapi.win32.WMI; //================================== def host = hostProps.get("system.hostname"); // get a list of running services def service_list = WMI.queryAll(host, "select * from win32_service"); def datacoreServices = service_list.findAll { service -> service["DISPLAYNAME"].contains("ServiceNow MID") } // Did we find any ServiceNow MID Services? if (datacoreServices.size() > 0) { println "system.categories=ServiceNowMID"; } return(0); //=== END ==== But if there is a more efficient way to do this please let me know. I think querying all the services an all isWindows() boxes is pretty expensive in terms of processing. What is a better wmi query to check for specifically a particular Windows Service that contains "xxxx" Thank you,
  2. For /device/devices the inheritedProperties objects should include a key-value pair that identifies the hostGroupId that object is inherited from Example { "status": 200, "errmsg": "OK", "data": { "total": 1, "items": [ { "name": "hostname", "inheritedProperties": [ { "name": "keyname1", "value": "value1", "inheritedFromHostGroupId": 2 } ] } ] } } I'm not super tied to the name of the proposed key 😉 Thanks!
  3. Is it possible to pull a devices' through the REST API?