Installation & Setup

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 vScope 2018-02-14T12:16:37+00:00

Adding Amazon Web Services (AWS) to vScope

Sign in as Admin on the AWS Console page Under AIM, create a new user called eg. "vscope" with Access Type "Programmatic access" On the second step of Add user, select "Attach existing policies directly" and check AWS-inbuilt policy "ReadOnlyAccess" Copy "Access key ID" and "Sercret access key" and input in the Discovery Manager

Adding Amazon Web Services (AWS) to vScope 2018-01-02T21:55:02+00:00

How to change group nesting settings for LDAP/AD integration

Integrating vScope with your organization's directory service allows you to reuse domain accounts to login to vScope. When integrationg with larger domains it might take vScope some time to authenticate and resolve the group membership of users. In order to speed up the authentication you can set the method of how vScope resolve the membership.

How to change group nesting settings for LDAP/AD integration 2018-01-02T21:55:03+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 installation 2018-01-02T21:55:03+00:00

How to use the code to activate a license

Have you been provided an activation code for a vScope license and now you are trying to find out where to use it? Here is the answer: The code is used for licensing a vScope installation. This might be relevant if you want to license your Limited vScope, go from Trial to Licensed vScope or

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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 details Start by going into

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Single Sign On – IIS as SSO Reverse Proxy for vScope

This is a step-by-step guide to setup Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) as a Reverse Proxy in front of vScope to support SSO (Windows Authentication). 1. Install IIS via Server Manager -> Manage -> Add Roles and Features Select Web Server (IIS) Role Select sub role: Security -> Windows Authentication 2. Enable Windows Authentication on

Single Sign On – IIS as SSO Reverse Proxy for vScope 2018-01-02T21:55:07+00:00

How to install vScope Core

Step 1 - Server preparation Server with internet connection Windows OS* 8 GB RAM 2 CPU Cores 60 GB HDD Java 64-bit (the installer will point to this java download-site if not installed) *vScope can run on Linux OS too, but the Linux-version only supports discovery of Windows systems through WinRM (not WMI) Learn More.

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Hardware requirements for vScope Core

Depending on the size of the infrastructure to be discovered, the vScope server needs to be configured with the right hardware settings to run smoothly. Here is a list of suggested configurations of the vScope server. CPU cores 2-4 CPU cores recommended In most scenarios two cores will be more than enough. Disk Depending on

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How to import targets to Discovery Manager

Sometimes adding targets to the Discovery Manager can be tedious work, especially if there are many targets to be added. A way around this is to import targets via the API. This is done in two steps: Create a CSV file that contains one column for the IP range and one for the corresponding Note. Access the

How to import targets to Discovery Manager 2018-02-14T12:21:32+00:00
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