I created an analysis which is only applicable if a file exist. There is one property to this analysis which returns line 1 of that file. This file get's created and deleted occasionally, so computers will become relevant, report data and eventully become not relevant. I would like to filter by this property within web reports, to generate an automated report, but I'm seeing inconsistant results
Within the console from the analysis view there are 2 computers relevant, both computers are returning results for the property.
Within webreports from explore data after I add that property as a column and sort by it I see the same 2 computers.
Within webreports from explore data when I filter by that property contains "yes" 113 computers are returned (even though the property shows "<not reported>" for all, but the 3).
Within the console from the computers view if I add that property as a column and sort by it I see the 113 computers with values (even though they are no longer applicable to the analysis).
So, I'm confused on what's going on here. It seams if a computer is no longer applicable to an analysis it will retain the last known status of the property(s) somewhere. This seams like a bug to me, has anyone else seen simular behavior? I know I could just leave the analysis applicable to all computers to get around this, but I shouldn't have to...