You can apply filters to view only the devices you want to see in the List View for Workspace ONE UEM. Select the Filter button to display all of the following filters to view only those devices that fit the categories you select.
Specify as many filters as you want. The Device Type listing does not update until you select the Apply button.
|Management||Display devices that have App Level management or devices managed by Catalog or MDM. Display devices managed by an Unknown method, are Offline, or All management methods.|
|Ownership||Display devices that have the ownership levels Corporate - Dedicated, Corporate - Shared, Employee Owned, or Unassigned. You can filter one or more ownership levels at a time.|
|Smart Groups||Display devices that are part of the Smart Group that you select. Click the Search text box and select from the list of Smart Groups that appear. Scroll down to view the alphabetical listing of Smart Groups.|
|User Groups||Display devices that are part of the User Groups that you select. Click the Search text box and select from the list of User Groups that appear. Scroll down to view the alphabetical listing of User Groups.|
|Platform||Select from among the full listing of device platforms. You can filter more than one platform at a time.|
|Android Management||Available only when Android platform is selected.
You must select at least one platform and click the Apply button before you can select management types.
Filter among the device management types specific to the Android platform. You can also enable the Android Management column to appear by customizing the Device List View. This column also appears in list view exports.
|Device Models||You must select at least one platform and click the Apply button before you can select device models.|
|OS Version||You must select at least one platform and click the Apply button before you can select OS versions. When you select multiple platforms, a list of OS versions displays grouped by each selected platform.|
|Compromised||Select from among Compromised, Not Compromised, Unknown, or All of the above.
A compromised device is a device that has been ‘jailbroken’ (for iOS devices) or ‘rooted’ (for Android devices).
|Encryption||Select from among Encrypted, Not Encrypted, Unknown, or All of the above.|
|Passcode||Select from among Passcode, No Passcode, Unknown, or All passcode options.|
|Enrollment Status||Select from among Enrolled, Enterprise Wipe Pending, Device Wipe Pending, Unenrolled, or All of the above.|
|Last Seen||Display devices based on how long ago they checked in. Use the minimum and maximum text boxes in the Last Seen (days) option to display devices last seen within a range of days. Entered numbers are inclusive: an entry of 1 displays all devices last seen more than 1 day but less than 2 days ago. An entry of 2 displays all devices last seen more than 2 days but less than 3 days ago, and so on. An entry of zero displays devices last seen more than 0 days but less than 1 day (24 hours) ago.
To display devices last seen more than (or equal to) the maximum entered number of days, leave the minimum text box blank.
To display devices last seen less than (or equal to) the minimum entered number of days, leave the maximum text box blank.
|Compliance||Select from among Compliant, Non-Compliant, Pending Compliance Check, Not Available, Unknown, or All of the above.|
|Enrollment History||Select enrollment dates from among Past Day, Past Week, Past Month, or All enrollment dates.|
|MAC Address||Filter by the media access control address of a device.|
|IP Range||Filter devices by their currently-assigned internet protocol address. Enter IP addresses in the IP Range Start and IP Range End text boxes to display devices that fall within that range.
The current IP address can be one of many associated IP addresses of a device and are found on the Network tab of Device Details.
|Tags||View devices by their assigned tags for which you can search and select from a drop-down menu.|
|Tunnel||Select between showing all devices, showing devices connected to the tunnel, and devices not connected to the tunnel.|
|Content Compliance||Select between showing all devices, showing only those devices missing required docs, and only those devices lacking the latest version of required content.|
|Lost Mode||View all devices or only devices with Lost Mode enabled. Applicable to iOS devices only.|
After applying multiple filters, you can glance at the circled number badge to the right of the Filters button to see exactly how many filters are applied to produce the listing.
You can clear all selected filters and return to the full device listing by selecting the ‘X’ next to the Filter button.
Parent topic: Device List View