• Andrew Shassere

    You can accomplish this from the filters tab using a Not Any group filter.

    You can use the Does Not Contain or Does Not Equal comparisons for items that have a one-to-one relationship with the computer. For example, each computer will only have ONE OS. Each computer will have only ONE total value for memory. Items that have a one-to-many relationship will require the use of a group filter (Not Any, Not All) with the comparison equaling/containing to filter them out. e.g. one computer will have MANY applications/hotfixes/etc.

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  • Robert Floyd

    Thank you. I think this may be what I was looking for.

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