3.8

Inventory laptops and servers from SCCM

vScope 3.8 introduces a new datasource to be used for laptop & server inventory: Microsoft SCCM

Introducing SCCM in vScope

If you are not well-versed with Microsoft SCCM you will be happy to hear that vScope 3.8 supports inventory of SCCM. SCCM extends Active Directory and Windows as the main data source for laptop and server information in vScope. Meaning that you will have more options to improve the coverage of your IT discovery.

Build application reports

Use vScope to browse and follow-up on installed applications on laptops.

Overview Windows OS updates and patches

Have vScope send you weekly updates about patch status’ of laptops.

Track deployment status

Create a dashboard showing all deployments and their status.

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Bugs & Improvements

  • Added tag for organizational contact from Azure AD
  • Various improvements related to inventory of OKI printers
  • Performance optimizations related to license calculations
  • Testing a credential now supports tests via proxy
  • New Tag “Organizational Unit Name” for Directory Machines
  • Added various help texts in vScope
  • Hide browser autofill
  • Change proxy configurations from the lock page in vScope
  • Fix for broken external and internal links
  • Fix for OS version not updating properly for Linux servers

vScope 3.8.1

Bring VMware tags into vScope

vScope 3.8.1 comes with support for VMware tags. This means that you will be able to reuse categorizations and notations from vCenter in vScope. To start using VMware tags you need to create them from Tag Manager.

How to add VMware tags in vScope

Additional news

Add widgets directly from Tracker

Open up details for a Tracker case and you will be able to add a widget directly to any of your dashboards.

View certificate information in server properties

Viewing detailed information about certificates on server properties will help you faster identify any weaknesses.

Bugs & Improvement

  • Extended inventory of local group members
  • Enhanced performance related to inventory of file shares
  • Enhanced performance when browsing Discovery Manager related to history handling
  • Fix for slow Veeam Discovery
  • Discovery optimizations for clustered machines
  • Get tag from related resource now supports going from User Accounts -> O365 Service Plans
  • vScope users created from integrations now have their descriptions automatically populated from Active Directory
  • Various front-end improvements related to links and usability

vScope 3.8.2

View primary users for machines found from SCCM

Build reports about machines and their primary user and compare it to the user that was the latest user logging in to the machine. This information is also displayed in the Properties page for users and machines.

Additional news

Show SCCM collection names for machines – Both in Properties and in Table Explorer

Delete Skip list entries and Discovery schedules in bulk

Bugs & Improvement

  • Updated Tracker case analysis for certificates
  • Updated Reports about Microsoft SQL backups
  • Added support for several Ricoh printer models
  • Enhanced performance in Discovery Manager when researching discovery logs
  • New tag showing “First Discovered” for printers, relevant for eg. integration projects
  • Last Patch date can now be inventoried via SCCM
  • Improved SCCM inventory performance
  • Added several hops to related resources from eg. All Machines to Jobs
  • Fix for not showing group members of local groups