Are using a filter within the query? also are you limited by any scope?
Within the query if I click the Filters button nothing is checked so I would assume no filters are being applied.
I am not sure if I am being limited by any scope. Where would I look to check this?
If you are referring to the scopes under User Management, the only one we have is All Machines but I dont know if thats being applied to the query or not.
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Well sounds like there is no filter and that your scope is All Devices which is fine. If you are limited by a scope to only see a group of machines, then your query will only run against that group of machines.
Have you tried to recreate the query? Also, is this the only query that this happens on?
Yes, I have tried recreating the query and I still ended up with the same results. The very first query we ever ran displayed the correct results and that was about 2 or 3 months ago. We havent ran a query until now and both me and my teammate are running into the same problem with the query.
I ended up creating a new All Machines scope and this seemed to work. I am now getting the correct list of all users within the alphabet.
Thank you again for your help!
Ok glad you got it working. Yeah my initial thought was that the scope was set incorrectly or you had a locked down scope. Weird that the default "All machines" scope would not work properly.