Use Console to search for users and user accounts. You can write search queries by using Console's built-in query language, or rely on "Guided Search" and let Console write your queries for you.
Modify display attributes
Specify the attributes returned when doing a user profile search in Console.
Suppress default and empty searches
Prevent Console from automatically showing all your user profiles when you access the Manage Profiles page. This also prevents Console from displaying all your profiles if you do a user search without specifying a search criteria.
Create a search query
The three components (attribute name, operator, and target value) that must appear in a search query.
Configure target search values
How to search for string values. And numeric values. And date values. And ….
Use wildcard characters
Using the ? and * wildcards in a search query.
Use Boolean operators
Using the AND and the OR operators in a search query.
Search for user profiles
Get Console to write your search queries for you.
Create a search query with Guided Search
Reviewing (and reusing) previously-run search queries.
Access the search history
Saving a search query for future use.
Create a search filter
Search filters are stored on the server, meaning that -- unlike search history -- they can be accessed from any device you use to log in to Console.
Modify, rename, or delete a search filter
Managing saved search queries.
Updated 3 months ago