Hey folks... I found this in the NTA administrator guide on page 105
For the CBQoS alerts, the default condition is a match on the relevant
NTA CBQoS Class Map. For example, for the Drops alert, the dropdown
value of NTA CBQoS Class Map is ‘Drops’. The default values for both
Class Name and Policy Name is ‘*’. This does not mean that the alert
triggers if there is a match on any class name or policy name that has
been returned to Orion NTA from polled CBQoS devices; rather, it
means that the alert triggers in this default configuration only when the
value of Class Name or Policy Name is NULL. These trigger conditions
for Class Name and Policy Name, in other words, render the predefined
CBQoS alerts inoperable by default.
The part in red is what I'm interested in. Is there a way to do a wildcard for these alerts? I'd like to be alerted when any of my policies experience drops.