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Multiple QIDs in an Asset Tag

Question asked by John Sponheimer on Nov 5, 2018
Latest reply on Nov 5, 2018 by Busby

Ok, I have seen a bunch of items in examples that were for other purposes that had a bunch of QIDs.

SCENARIO:  Wanted to create an Asset Tag that had a list of QIDs if the software was present.  In this case, its Peer-to-Peer software that QIDs exist for.


38421    SKYPE Peer-to-peer Software Installed
38152    Fasttrack/KaZaa/Grokster/Morpheus Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38178    OpenNap Peer-to-peer Server Detected
38177    Napster/WinMX Peer-to-peer Client Detected
86605    BitTorrent Peer-to-peer Tracking Server Detected
38234    Ares Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38144    eDonkey/eMule Peer-to-peer Client/Server Detected
38342    BadBlue Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38548    Winny Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38339    Shareaza Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38343    Jabber Peer-to-peer Server Detected
38150    Gnutella Peer-to-peer Node Detected
38238    BitTorrent Peer-to-peer Client Detected
38179    Direct Connect Hub Peer-to-peer Server Detected
38331    IMesh Peer-to-peer Client Detected


I see some Groovy Scripts and Asset Searchs that are close...but since I am looking for a bone on my first custom created tag here (used for education and reality here...)


Does this work below?

I put in some office QIDs as well, just to see if I would get numbers, and I do...but I wanted to run it by the people here to give me a thumbs up from your view, that it will simply show those devices with these pieces of software installed.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>