Installation & Setup

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 G Suite with vScope

To create the connection between G-Suite and vScope you need a super admin account in G-Suite. In this step-by-step guide we’ll walk through how to create a project with sufficient read permissions in G-Suite, that’s to be added to vScope to inventory your G-Suite directory. Adding G Suite allows you to view user accounts, groups […]

How to upload a HTTPS certificate for the vScope service

You can setup the HTTPS certificate from the Security settings in vScope. Simply: Upload your keystore. Provide the required information about the certificate keystore settings and click save. Restart the service and give the it some time to start up again. Done! Important before you start! Ensure the inbound firewall rules have the HTTPS port […]

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 use public key authentication as SSH credential

To discover Linux machines with vScope you need to use the SSH credential. The SSH credential allows for two different authentication options to retrieve data from Linux: User & Password Credential Private Key Credential How to use the public key authentication To use the public key authentication, select “Private Key Credential” in the credential type […]

How to reduce long Discovery times

Long discovery times is most likely caused by a faulty Discovery Manager setup. Before we start to optimize the discovery time, we first need to understand how a discovery is performed. How the discovery work Since vScope runs without the use of agents, the discovery starts off by pinging all IP addresses that are defined […]

Requirements for datasource SCCM

To add SCCM as datasource in vScope you need: A credential with full read permissions Access to the SCCM SQL database The port number (default: 1433) vScope does not require the SCCM agent to be installed on laptops or servers in order to inventory SCCM. However since vScope only inventories the same information that is […]

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. […]

SCCM information is missing in vScope

Using a domain administrator you should have sufficient rights to inventory the SCCM server through WMI. If you are using a non-admin and are not getting any SCCM Site data in vScope you might have a permission problem. Make sure the following values are enabled under ‘Hardware inventory’ in the SCCM: Operating System (Win32_OperatingSystem) Serial Number […]