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HP Web Jetadmin - Creating an autogroup to find printers storing unencrypted job data

In HP Web Jetadmin, you can add SSD Encryption and Storage Media columns.
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For details about adding and deleting columns in HP Web Jetadmin, see the Device Lists section in the User Guide from the HP Web Jetadmin support page.
If you hover over the storage media value you can see the Encryption Status (like Encrypted, Not Encryptable).
Figure : Hovering to see encryption status
Hovering to see encryption status
If the SSD Encryption is showing an encryption, like AES_128 or AES256, the data is encrypted. If the Encryption Status is showing Encrypted when hovering over the Storage Media values, then the data is also encrypted. You can create one autogroup that filters both conditions
To create an automatic group that shows all printers with Encryption status false, do the following:
  1. Right-click Groups on the left tree, and select New Group.
  2. Enter a group name, change the group membership to automatic, and then click Next.
  3. Click the button next to Advanced to go to advanced edit mode.
  4. Copy and paste the following filter:
    AnyItem([Storage Media.Storage Mediums], [ NOT EQ(\[Storage Medium.Encryption Status\], \[Encrypted\])])
  5. Click Next, and then Create Group.
    Figure : Example of the filter in Advanced Edit mode
    Example of the filter in Advanced Edit mode
This also includes group devices that have a disk that cannot be encrypted (Encryption Status: Not Encryptable, when hovering over the Storage media value). However, the SSD column in Web Jetadmin still shows a job encryption status, which is also on the config page.
Figure : Example of the config page
Example of the config page
Because these devices store encrypted data, they should also be excluded from the automatic device group with the following end statement in the filter:
AnyItem([Storage Media.Storage Mediums], [ NOT EQ(\[Storage Medium.Encryption Status\], \[Encrypted\])]) AND IsNotSupported([SSD Encryption])
This filter finds devices that are installed that do not use encryption.
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It’s also possible to include devices that do not have any storage medium installed with the following filter:
AnyItem([Storage Media.Storage Mediums], [IsNotSupported(\[Storage Medium.Encryption Status\])]) AND IsNotSupported([SSD Encryption])
These filters can be combined with the OR statement, resulting in the following advanced filter:
AnyItem([Storage Media.Storage Mediums], [ NOT EQ(\[Storage Medium.Encryption Status\], \[Encrypted\])]) AND IsNotSupported([SSD Encryption]) OR (AnyItem([Storage Media.Storage Mediums], [IsNotSupported(\[Storage Medium.Encryption Status\])]) AND IsNotSupported([SSD Encryption]))

To export the storage media data, use the following steps.

  1. Select the devices for which you want to export the data.
  2. Right-click and select Export.
  3. On the Export Devices window, scroll down to Storage Media.
  4. Click on the plus sign, select Storage Mediums and click the > button to add this to the Selected Columns.
  5. Click Next, and follow the wizard.
    Figure : Example of exporting media data
    Example of exporting media data

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