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Host Summary

The Host Summary widget displays information about the hosts on your network. You can view the total number of each type of host, as well as information about whether hosts are online or offline, and if hosts are enabled or disabled.

Registered hosts fall into one of six different states:

  • Safe & Authenticated: Hosts that have not failed a scan and have an associated user that is authenticated.
  • At Risk: Hosts that failed a scan or that an administrator has manually marked at risk.
  • Pending at Risk: Hosts that failed a scan but have not been marked as at risk because of the delayed remediation settings in the endpoint compliance policy used. For more information, see Delayed remediation.
  • Not Authenticated: Hosts that have an associated user that is not authenticated.
  • At Risk & Not Authenticated: Hosts that failed a scan or that an administrator has manually marked at risk and have an associated user that is not authenticated.
  • Pending Risk & Not Authenticated: Hosts that failed a scan but have not been marked as at risk because of the delayed remediation settings and have an associated user that is not authenticated.

The panel also shows a count for hosts that are not registered, as well as a separate count for IP phones. Each state for the hosts is further divided into different statuses:

  • Total: All hosts in this state, regardless of status

  • Online Enabled: The host is enabled and is currently on the managed network

  • Offline Enabled: The host is enabled, but is not currently found in the managed network

  • Online Disabled: The host is disabled and is currently on the managed network, including in isolation states.

  • Offline Disabled: The host is disabled and is not currently found in the managed network

This widget has two different visualizations that can be accessed through the widget settings or by expanding the widget: Table View and Pie Chart.

Table View

The Table View visualization displays each host state as a single row, including rows for All Registered Hosts and All Hosts. For each row, the different host statuses appear as a column. Clicking the number will navigate to the Hosts view with an automatically applied filter to show hosts in that state and status.

Pie Chart

The Pie Chart visualization displays each host state as a slice. Hovering the slice provides a tooltip which divides the host state into each status. Clicking on the number will navigate to the Hosts view with an automatically applied filter to show hosts in that state and status.

Host Summary

The Host Summary widget displays information about the hosts on your network. You can view the total number of each type of host, as well as information about whether hosts are online or offline, and if hosts are enabled or disabled.

Registered hosts fall into one of six different states:

  • Safe & Authenticated: Hosts that have not failed a scan and have an associated user that is authenticated.
  • At Risk: Hosts that failed a scan or that an administrator has manually marked at risk.
  • Pending at Risk: Hosts that failed a scan but have not been marked as at risk because of the delayed remediation settings in the endpoint compliance policy used. For more information, see Delayed remediation.
  • Not Authenticated: Hosts that have an associated user that is not authenticated.
  • At Risk & Not Authenticated: Hosts that failed a scan or that an administrator has manually marked at risk and have an associated user that is not authenticated.
  • Pending Risk & Not Authenticated: Hosts that failed a scan but have not been marked as at risk because of the delayed remediation settings and have an associated user that is not authenticated.

The panel also shows a count for hosts that are not registered, as well as a separate count for IP phones. Each state for the hosts is further divided into different statuses:

  • Total: All hosts in this state, regardless of status

  • Online Enabled: The host is enabled and is currently on the managed network

  • Offline Enabled: The host is enabled, but is not currently found in the managed network

  • Online Disabled: The host is disabled and is currently on the managed network, including in isolation states.

  • Offline Disabled: The host is disabled and is not currently found in the managed network

This widget has two different visualizations that can be accessed through the widget settings or by expanding the widget: Table View and Pie Chart.

Table View

The Table View visualization displays each host state as a single row, including rows for All Registered Hosts and All Hosts. For each row, the different host statuses appear as a column. Clicking the number will navigate to the Hosts view with an automatically applied filter to show hosts in that state and status.

Pie Chart

The Pie Chart visualization displays each host state as a slice. Hovering the slice provides a tooltip which divides the host state into each status. Clicking on the number will navigate to the Hosts view with an automatically applied filter to show hosts in that state and status.