I need to start over with this thread because reading it again, it does not make sense.
I am trying to use active directory inspectors in relevance to determine a logged on user’s membership in an active directory security group. Then if a user is in the active directory security group, they are relevant to receive a Bigfix task.
The relevance in the task is:
exists ((names of groups of it) of (logged on users of active directory)) whose (it as lowercase is contained by set of “automation_pega_ana_branch”) AND exists logged on user.
I created an empty fixlet, with just the relevance above thinking that the number of applicable machines should be roughly the same as the number of members of the security group, less users who are not logged on. Well, the result is that almost half of the users are missing from the fixlet.
I have zeroed in on a couple of the missing users. I have used the analysis, “Active Directory Security Groups and Organizational Units” to see that Bigfix does see these users in the active directory security group, but the computer is still not being evaluated as relevant.
Has anyone else tried doing software deployment based on users membership in a security group? If so, has it worked for you?