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Exploring search results from graphical views

Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Kevin.Swinson on Oct 30, 2017

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Use the nDepth graphical views to explore event details with other explorers and investigate specific event details in your nDepth search results. For example, you could investigate a suspicious IP address with the NSLookup, Traceroute, or Whois explorers to determine the IP address.

  1. From any nDepth's graphical view, click Explore > Utilities.

  2. Type the event detail into the appropriate explorer field.
  3. Click Search or Analyze (depending on your Explore type).

Respond to an event

Using nDepth graphical views, you can respond to any issue reported in your nDepth search results using an action in the Respond drop-down menu. If you see an unusual event, you can create a response to the event. For example, you could send a user account a pop-up message or block a hostile IP address.

Delete a saved search

You can permanently delete an obsolete search from your Saved Searches pane.

  1. Click Explore > nDepth.
  2. In the Saved Searches pane, hover over a search you want to delete.
  3. Click File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/Icon-Delete(X).png to delete the search.
  4. When prompted, click Yes to confirm.

    The saved search is deleted.

Creating search conditions

You can create search conditions in nDepth lets you create search conditions many different ways. The following table explains how to add search conditions, both in Drag & Drop Mode and in Text Input Mode.

To Do This Drag
and Drop
Text
Clear a search from the search box Click Delete All File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/Icon-Delete(X).png on the search bar. X X
Add a new search

Click Delete All File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/Icon-Delete(X).png on the search bar to clear the search box or add new search conditions using any of the techniques in this table.

X X
Add conditions to an existing search Use any of the techniques listed in this table. nDepth automatically adds new search conditions to the search string. X X
Add a search condition from a widget or other graphical tool Click an item in a graphical tool to add the item to the search box. X X
Add a search condition from the list pane Double-click an item in the Refine Fields list. X X
In any list, select and drag an item into the search box. X  
Add a search from Search Builder

Configure a search with Search Builder. Search Builder automatically populates the search bar with its search configuration. This is because the search bar and the Search Builder are different views of the same search.

X X
Add a search condition from the Result Detail view Select a character string from the data and double-click the string to add it to the search box. X X
Select a character string from the data and drag it into the search box. X  
Select a character string from the data, and then copy and paste the search string in the text box.   X
Type a search string Type a search string directly in the search box.   X
Perform the search Click Play File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/Icon-Search_18x14.png on the search bar. X X

Delete items from search strings

Click File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/Button-DeleteGroup.png next to a condition in the search bar to delete a search string. You can delete individual conditions, groups of conditions, or the entire string.

Create custom time frames

You can create a custom time frame for your nDepth queries. Use the following procedure to create a custom time frame for your nDepth queries.

  1. Click the time frame drop-down menu and select Custom Range.

    File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/lem-ug-custom-range.png

  2. Select the start (From) date and time and the end (To) date and time.

    File:Success_Center/Reusable_content_-_InfoDev/LEMUserGuide_MT/090/0O0/lem-ug-custom-range-calendars_270x159.png

  3. Click outside the calendars to close.
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