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?

No. vScope requires Oracle Java to be installed and on the server. However it does not require an Oracle Java SE Subscription. vScope runs on most OpenJDK derived Java platform implementations from version 8 and upwards – Such as Oracle Java SE and builds from AdoptOpenJDK. When using Oracle Java SE it is your organization’s responsibility to […]

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 […]

Read Accounts for Data Sources

Without read access to the data sources you wish to inventory, vScope won’t discover any information from them. That is why you need to define Credentials in Discovery Manager. You can either use an existing account or create a new specific read account for vScope. In it’s core, a vScope inventory can only pull information […]

How to Copy User Settings in vScope

Inviting users to vScope will allow you to make better use of all the collaboration features included in vScope Core. You can either add users manually under the settings page or reusing domain accounts by integrating vScope with your directory service. Sometimes you want to quickly setup the user accounts with specific tables, cases, interests […]

What is “Omnisearch”?

Have you ever wanted to search your complete IT, like a name of a server, a user account or an IP address? This is why we developed the “Omnisearch” functionality in vScope. The field in the top bar of vScope allows you to search vScope for basically anything. IPs, Tracker cases, tables, users, servers, databases, […]

What Are the Different Permission Groups?

There are four different permission groups in vScope: Admin, Contributor, User and Viewer. As a user the permission group will enable what kind of functionality you are allowed to use. Viewer User Contributor Admin Login to vScope Ο Ο Ο Ο Access Table Explorer (Restricted) Ο Ο Ο Access tables (Restricted) Ο Ο Ο Build […]