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Integrating Jamf Pro with vScope

Integrating Jamf Pro with vScope allows you to view Computers, Local Users, Physical Disks and File Systems in vScope. Combined with the information from your Active Directory you can gain a deep understanding of your assets. 1. Login to your Jamf Pro installation with an admin account. 2. Click on the “Settings” wheel in the […]

How to Integrate Adobe with vScope

Integrating Adobe with vScope allows you to view Product Plan assignments, Adobe Users, and groups in vScope. By combining the information with assets from your Active Directory, G Suite, and O365, you will have a much richer picture of licensing spend across your organization. Here are the steps to get started. 1. Login to https://console.adobe.io/projects. […]

How to integrate vScope with Microsoft Intune

To discover Intune vScope needs read access to Azure. This is done by creating an application that is given read permissions to the different resources in Azure. Here is how you set up the standard connection between vScope and Azure: Setting up Discovery of Azure. API permissions for Intune To discover Intune vScope needs the […]

How to add Bitlocker information from SCCM to vScope

Bitlocker information from the SCCM can be found in the SQL View “v_GS_encryptable_volume”. The value to retrieve from the SCCM to see if a disk on a machine have Bitlocker enabled is “ProtectionStatus0”. The Bitlocker Status tag will later be found for the Resource Type ‘Disks’. How to retrieve Bitlocker Status from SCCM 1. Start […]

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 […]

How to use import from file in Tag Manager

The “Import from file” feature allows you to import tags to vScope from a XLSX file. Step-by-step walkthrough In this example we’ll import tag values to the vScope tag “Migration Location” that is currently empty. We have the correct values in an XLSX document, so we’ll use this for our import. Step 1 – Upload […]

How to import tags from XLSX into vScope using Postman

Using vScope’s API is an advanced level of vScope and is usually not necessary. If you are not experienced using rest API’s it’s recommended to ask for help from a colleague who is. Sometimes API requests are needed for specific tasks, for example importing manual tags and their values, or importing IP targets. Here’s a […]

How to add customized discovery tags in vScope

By using probes, vScope discovers information from multiple technological platforms in the datacenter. This requires no scripting skills from the user. By default, vScope extracts the most commonly used information from every platform and stores it in tags (Learn more about tags and tagging). If you want vScope to extract additional information that is not […]

How To Change SMI-S HTTP(S) Port

The SMI-S HTTP(S) port is by default 5989. It’s possible to change this by entering the advanced settings for the SMI-S credential. First Enter the Discovery Manager and choose the Credentials view. Find the SMI-S credential you wish to adjust and click it. Second You can choose what ports you wish to use under the […]

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 […]