From the Software page, you can view details about the software associated with your devices.
|Software Name||Name of the available software. (Hover over the name to view the full description.)|
|Version||Shows the current version of software installed.|
|OS||Shows which operating system (Windows, macOS, Linux) this software is for.|
|OS Version||This is the exact OS version the software is installed on. (Click highlighted number in the Impacted or Updated column to view the corresponding devices.)|
|Severity||Shows the CVSS severity level for the software patch. Click to see the CVE link. If the field shows grey text, this refers to the agent severity and there is no CVE link.|
|Days Exposed||Shows the days based on the first time the package is available in the Automox customer base. Click the column heading to switch between Days Exposed and Date Detected.|
|Date Detected||Shows the date the package was detected. See Days Exposed and Date Detected.|
|Ignored||This shows if the package is marked as ignored, which means that the next scheduled patch will not be installed.|
|Impacted||Shows if the software patch is available. Click the number to view a list of impacted devices on the Devices page.|
|Updated||Shows if the software patch has been installed. Click the number to view a list of updated devices.|
|Actions||This drop-down menu allows you to take actions on the selected software.|
You can export a complete list of all software on your devices. Click Export CSV.
Use the Column drop-down menu to select which table columns you want to include or exclude from view.
- Select or clear any checkboxes to control the Software page view.
- You can change the order of the columns by dragging the = next to the column names to the desired position.
By default, the Software table shows the Days Exposed. The days are based on the first time the software package was made available in the Automox customer base.
To view the date the package was detected, click on the column heading to switch from Days Exposed to Date Detected.