Here we collect more technical questions related to vScope.

Integrating vScope with ServiceNow

vScope is based on a unique data collection engine that not only gathers and structures data. It also automatically correlates resources from several different technologies into a virtual map showing the complete datacenter set up. You can then browse this map in vScope's intuitive UI. Another great way to make use of vScope's data collection

Integrating vScope with ServiceNow2018-01-15T07:55:33+00:00

How to retrieve vScope licensing information from API

Licensing metrics from a vScope-installation is normally sent to InfraSight Labs in a so called heartbeat. Customers can easily retrieve this information from https://account.vscope.net. But there are times when one need to get the metrics in a raw format directly from the server. Here is how to do: Go to vScope at http://[YourvScopeServer]/ui and

How to retrieve vScope licensing information from API2018-01-02T21:54:56+00:00

How to discover directory services with vScope

By adding your directory services to vScope’s discovery scope you will be allowed to build reports about user accounts, domains, groups or other information related to your directory service. The short story - Adding directory service to Discovery Manager Adding your directory service to the discovery scope is easy. Open the Discovery Manager Click

How to discover directory services with vScope2018-10-02T12:46:03+00:00

Common error codes for Active Directory authentication

Common error codes for Active Directory authentication vScope supports both Discovery of and integration with the Active Directory. If something goes wrong you will be prompted with an error message that can give you a hint of the cause to the issue. The error messages might look something like this: INVALID_CREDENTIALS: 80090308: LdapErr: DSID-0C09042F,

Common error codes for Active Directory authentication2018-08-21T12:03:48+00:00

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user This is a guide on how to enable and test WMI access with a regular domain user without generic admin rights. Make sure you have followed the steps in the KB Setting up WMI-access through AD & GPO. This ensures that you have configured DCOM access,

Verify WMI access for a regular non-admin domain user2018-08-21T12:09:50+00:00

How to change the default WMI timeout setting

vScope can use WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) to discover information from Windows operating systems. Using the protocol can result in latency issues and slow down the Discovery in vScope. To not stall the Discovery, WMI has in vScope a timeout of 15 minutes. This means that if the WMI discovery of a resource is not finished

How to change the default WMI timeout setting2018-01-02T21:55:01+00:00

How to activate an offline vScope installation

We recommend you to run vScope on a server with internet access in order to automatically receive updates and fixes from our license server. However it is sometimes inevitable to install and run vScope on a server in a closed network. In order to run such offline vScope you will have to activate the installation with

How to activate an offline vScope installation2018-01-02T21:55:03+00:00

How to integrate vScope with Active Directory/LDAP service

Integrating vScope to your AD/LDAP service let you reuse domain user accounts directly in vScope without having to manually add them. To be able to use this feature you will need to set up authentication for the directory service in vScope. This is how it is done:1. Enter authentication detailsStart by going into Settings and

How to integrate vScope with Active Directory/LDAP service2019-01-25T13:31:05+00:00

How to verify that MS17-010 is installed (Wannacry Ransomware patch)

How to verify that MS17-010 is installed (Wannacry Ransomware patch) With the outburst of WannaCry, keeping machines' patch level up to date has become a main mission for every IT technician and a top priority for any IT organization. vScope allows basically anyone, with out the use of any scripting, to easily browse and

How to verify that MS17-010 is installed (Wannacry Ransomware patch)2018-08-21T12:10:56+00:00

Setting up SMI-S for EMC VNX and Clariion

Setting up SMI-S for EMC VNX and Clariion The EMC SMI-S Provider acts like a proxy between vScope and your EMC VNX or Clariion array. The provider translates data from the array into a unified format based on CIM classes. vScope connects to the SMI-S provider and reads the CIM classes provided by it.

Setting up SMI-S for EMC VNX and Clariion2018-08-21T12:04:33+00:00
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