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Difference between Last Access & Last Discovered

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Hi

I'm not sure to understand the difference between those both attribute on a CI and when there are updated with a new date

- Last Access

- Last Discovered

 

Thanks a lot for explanation ?

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Last Access Date is when is the last time some process provided information for the CI. It may be coming from integrations, discovery, enrichments. Last discovered data comes from Universal Discovery scripts (and even not from all). There is a setting in the adapters to check whether they should update last discovered.

 

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Last Access Date is when is the last time some process provided information for the CI. It may be coming from integrations, discovery, enrichments. Last discovered data comes from Universal Discovery scripts (and even not from all). There is a setting in the adapters to check whether they should update last discovered.

 

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Ok, this is what I imagined but I was looking for a confirmation

 

Thanks a lot

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