General

Changes to Microsoft LDAP channel binding & vScope

In March 2020, Microsoft intends to change the default behaviour of the Microsoft LDAP servers that are part of an Active Directory deployment. These changes will make secure LDAP channel binding and LDAP signing a default requirement when accessing Microsoft Active Directory using LDAP or LDAPS. Any system that connects to Active Directory via LDAP […]

SCCM SQL Views Available in vScope

v_GS_encryptable_volume: Resource Type ‘Disks’ Lists the encryptable disk volumes found on Windows computers. v_GS_logical_disk: Resource type ‘Disks’ Lists information about the logical disks found on Configuration Manager clients. v_GS_PC_Bios: Resource type ‘All Machines’ Lists information about the BIOS found on Configuration Manager clients. v_R_system: Resource types ‘All Machines & Directory Machines’  

Instructions for remote control sessions with InfraSight Labs representatives

InfraSight Labs representatives are always flexible to your preferences when it comes to solutions for remote control sessions. Just contact us if you prefer one solution over the other. Normally we use join.me or Microsoft Teams. join.me We recommend using Google Chrome/Firefox/Safari when using join.me. Screen sharing is possible in the browser but for remote […]

How to create custom User Groups for vScope Users

Sometimes it’s necessary to share information to a specific function within your organization. To make this easier, you are able to create different custom User Groups in vScope for your different teams. Add a User Group in vScope You manage the Groups in “Users & Groups” under Settings. Click on “+Add Group” and fill in […]

Import skip list to Discovery Manager

You can import a list of targets to vScope and exclude them from the Discovery using CSV and vScope’s API. Create a CSV file with two columns. One for the target (IP, range or hostname) and one column for an optional note. Download a CSV template for import. Go to your vScope’s APIDOC, eg. http://[VSCOPE-ADDRESS]/apidoc  […]

Does vScope require an Oracle Java SE Subscription?

Short answer No, and you do not need to take any action to comply with Oracle’s license and service agreement. Long answer vScope requires Oracle Java to be installed on the server. However it does not require an Oracle Java SE Subscription. vScope is currently bundled with Java 8, using a new security patched AdoptOpenJDK version. […]

Building AND filters

You can combine filters into “AND”-filters by drag-and-drop filter boxes onto each other. Notice This functionality only works for filters with the same TAG Example The following filter will list all machines that have Installed Applications = 7-Zip 16.04 OR Adobe Flash Player 13 If we want to list all machines that have both 7-Zip […]

How to access vScope

vScope is hosted on a server in your environment. It’s possible to log in to vScope from browsers in the same environment using a url. Type in the Base URI provided by your vScope adminsitrator in the URL field. (This can be found in Settings -> Miscellaneous) To log in to vScope you need an […]

What is IP insight?

IP insight enables a new perspective of the IPs and ranges in the datacenter by proving a holistic view of everything found by vScope. Basically it’s an IT map of your IP ranges.

Removing Resources from vScope

By default, vScope will consider resources as in production for 30 days though they have not been discovered. This is relevant for client inventory with WMI where laptops might not be accessible for a long time (but are still in use). However, sometimes there might be situations when you want to remove discontinued servers that […]