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Is there a way in Palo Alto Aperture to selecture a user and see if there are any incidents Open, or Closed that user may have been part of?
According to the Admin Guides Step 4 there is, but I can only see info about the user, not actually see any incidents that users has had in the past.
Step 4 If you have administrative rights, you can also filter incidents associated with an end user (ExplorePeople) and then scan the Owned Items and Collaboration Items columns on the Internal Users or External Users list to identify users with a pattern of risky behavior. Click the value in this column to view more detailed information about the user, including the number of items owned and collaboration items. Click More Info to see a list of all usage information associated with the user.
I'm not sure what it means by "scan the Owned Items and Collaboration Items columns on the Internal Users or External Users list to identify users with a pattern of risky behavior" because I can't actually see all the assets there, only the number of assets. Also, some Users literally have Thousands of Assets, it would be VERY time consuming to click on all those assets and see any incidents that are associated with them.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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