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Cortex-generate scan report

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can anyone help me with , in cortex xdr ,how to make a full scan of selected endpoints and generate the scan reports for the same?

 

 


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Hi @Marsooq-Akkaradathil-

 

To scan a group of endpoints, you can either check the desired endpoints in your endpoint list, then right-click > Security Operations > Initiate Malware Scan.

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You could also create a group under Endpoints > Endpoint Management > Endpoint Groups then do the same steps above, but selecting the group instead of manually clicking.  This allows you to re-use the group in the future. 

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The reporting side is not as easy.  For this, you will want to go to Reporting > Reports Templates and build out the report you want with a custom date range matching the time frame where you ran the scan.  Unfortonuately, the report will also include other alerts that were discovered during this time frame that may have come from outside of the scan. 

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David Falcon 
MDR Systems Engineer, Cortex
Palo AltoNetworks® 

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Hi @Marsooq-Akkaradathil-

 

To scan a group of endpoints, you can either check the desired endpoints in your endpoint list, then right-click > Security Operations > Initiate Malware Scan.

dfalcon_0-1588603765210.png

 

You could also create a group under Endpoints > Endpoint Management > Endpoint Groups then do the same steps above, but selecting the group instead of manually clicking.  This allows you to re-use the group in the future. 

dfalcon_1-1588603825959.png

 

The reporting side is not as easy.  For this, you will want to go to Reporting > Reports Templates and build out the report you want with a custom date range matching the time frame where you ran the scan.  Unfortonuately, the report will also include other alerts that were discovered during this time frame that may have come from outside of the scan. 

dfalcon_2-1588603940845.png

 

 

 


David Falcon 
MDR Systems Engineer, Cortex
Palo AltoNetworks® 

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