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Search and filter for devices

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  • Open the device management under Control Panel→ Devices.
select Devices

select Devices

With the help of the search function at the bottom left of the display (arrow in illus.) you can search in the listed devices according to a variety of criteria.

search box (left below )

search box (left below )

As well as simply searching for a certain device type, (e.g. iPod or Nexus) you can also search or filter for a range of different criteria.

  • Do this by entering into the search input field, any of the filter names listed below with it’s following syntax:

filter name:<value>

Note! At this stage, there is only support for entry of one filter with a single value. There is no combined search. Value entries are not case-sensitive.

 

Filter name Deskription
androidid: You can use this filter to search for either the whole or a part of the Android-ID.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have the string WMD in their Android ID: androidid:WMD

battery: With this filter, you can display all devices with a defined battery charge state. The battery level must be entered as a percentage with a value 0-100. The value can be preceded by a “<” (less than) or “>” (more than). If there is no prefix included, then all devices with the given value will be displayed.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have a battery level less than 60%: battery:<60 Have all devices displayed that have a battery level greater than 77%: battery:>77 If you want to have devices that have a battery level of 77% displayed, enter battery:77.

contact: You can use this filter to display devices based on the last contact they had with the management console. You can enter a search for a specific date. Additionally, you can have devices displayed that last had contact with the management console before or after a specified date. The date must be entered in the “en-US” format. Thus, for 17th June 2019, for example, use the following formats: 06.17.2019, 06/17/19 or 6.17.19. The value can be proceded by a “<” (before) or “>” (after).

Example: Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the console before 17th June 2019: contact:<06/17/19. Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the console after 17th June 2019: contact:>06/17/19. Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the console precisely on 17th June 2019: contact:06/17/19.

contactdays: You can use this filter to display devices based on the last contact they had with the management console. Here, you can set a specified number of days. The value can be preceded by a “<” (fewer than) or “>” (more than).

Example: Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the management console more than 10 days ago: contactdays:>10. Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the console less than 10 days ago: contactdays:<10. Have all devices displayed that last had contact with the console precisely 10 days ago: contactdays:10.

group: You can use this filter to display all the devices of users who belong to a specified group (group template).

Example: Have all devices displayed whose members are members of the group Sales: group:sales

imei: You can use this filter to search for the whole or a part of the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity).

Example: Have all devices displayed that have an IMEI that contains the sequence 532: imei:532

os: You can use this filter to display devices with a specified OS (operating system) (Android, iOS, macOS).

Example: Have all devices displayed that use the Android operating system: os:android

phoneno: You can use this filter to search for the whole or part of the telephone number.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have a telephone number that contains the number sequence 456: phoneno:456

Note! The telephone numbers are displayed in the console just as they are stored in the individual devices. When searching for a telephone number, omit any area code prefixes.

removal: You can use this filter to display all devices with the status: Device removal pending. No further value is required here.

Example: Have all devices displayed whose removal from the console is not yet complete: removal:

serialno: You can use this filter to search for the whole or a part of the serial number.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have a serial number that contains the sequence 6354: serialno:6354

simno: You can use this filter to search for a complete or a part of a SIM card number.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have a SIM that contains the number sequence 12345: simno:12345

user: You can use this filter to display all the devices a specified user. Currently, you can only do this by searching for all or a part of the user’s email address.

Example: Have all devices displayed that have an email address that contains the name Max: user:max

UDID: You can use this filter to search for the UDID (Unique Device Identifier) with which Apple devices are provided.

Example: udid:adf554

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