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 vScope2018-10-02T12:46:03+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 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

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

How to install vScope Server or vScope Proxy on a Debian or Ubuntu Linux distribution.

To install the packages from our repository follow the steps below and type the commands in a console on the machine.Step 1: Import the InfraSight Labs GPG keyWe sign all packages with the InfraSight Labs Signing Key (PGP key 024284EA with fingerprint 6198 C465 A90C 5311 BAED 1948 2BDB 7158 0242 84EA)Alternative 1: Import key

How to install vScope Server or vScope Proxy on a Debian or Ubuntu Linux distribution.2018-05-08T12:07:36+00:00

How to enable WinRM on Windows servers & clients

How to enable WinRM on Windows servers & clients About WinRM is a Microsoft implementation of WS-Management Protocol. Read more It allows for better inventory of systems running Windows compared to WMI and is relatively easy to setup. It can be done through a GPO in your Active Directory. How to enable WinRM

How to enable WinRM on Windows servers & clients2018-08-21T11:57:27+00:00

How to find the correct Base DN setting

How to find the correct Base DN setting The Base DN setting specifies the root for searches in the Active Directory. Ideally, this should match the root of your domain. vScope will only be able to find AD objects under that root. For example, in the screenshot above, the domain name is ISL.local. To convert this into

How to find the correct Base DN setting2018-08-21T12:04:10+00:00

Setting up SAN discovery using SMI-S

vScope use SMI-S to read SAN storage data from various vendors. SMI-S is also used to connect SAN to Microsoft Hyper-V. A good start when enabling SMI-S for vScope is therefore to enable SMI-S for SCVMM. Read more on below resources: Dell Compellent http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/extras/m/white_papers/20438128/download.aspx Dell Equallogic To our knowledge, Dell Equallogic does not support SMI-S.

Setting up SAN discovery using SMI-S2018-01-02T21:55:41+00:00

Setting up WMI-access through AD & GPO

Setting up WMI-access through AD & GPO The suggested option for WMI discovery in vScope is to use a service account with sufficient reading rights. The account is protected with strong encryption and is never used for any write operations. Using a service account with sufficient rights minimizes the workload and guarantees the

Setting up WMI-access through AD & GPO2018-08-21T11:55:32+00:00
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