The way you would look for it would depend on how you installed it on your devices. If you sent it out through FileWave using a profile you would be able to look for that profile on your iOS devices. For the Criteria field you would set it to be "Apple profile / payload display name" and search for that profile. Using begins with may be the easiest way to do it.
In the Fields of the inventory query you would then drag in the information that you would like to see. I would suggest using iOS device /Filewave Client name, serial number and then use Apple profile / payload display name to make sure that the device that is showing is there because it has the correct profile.
One hint that you can do to make sure that you are going to be searching for the correct name is to make a profile that says for criteria " iOS Device / filewave client name" is not null and looking for the same Fields as listed above. This will allow you to see what the payload name is in the database and be able to search for it correctly.
Please let us know if this helps and if you still have any other questions please feel free to contact FileWave support.
This is a certificate that is installed by the end user going to a web page and clicking a button which installs the certificate profile. So, a web clip to that web page was sent to the iPad. Once the user clicks the web clip, they click the button on the web page and it installs.
This method of installing a profile is different from the way FileWave installs a profile. It puts it in the "Configuration Profiles" section. See the attached image for an example.
I was hoping to use an Inventory query to see if that certificate profile was installed on any of the iPads and which ones.