The following table explains what the different vScope users can do in Service Mapping.
With the feature custom tags from discovery you can choose what values vScope will show about your resource types in the SCCM. vScope currently supports retrieving information from the following SCCM Configmgr SQL views. How to pull more information from SCCM In this walkthrough we’re going to retrieve the Bios version of our machines from […]
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 […]
vScope uses temp folders to store scripts for inventory. There are two temp folders that are used. 1. Folders on the vScope server To customize the temp folder for scripts on the vScope server, add the following lines to config.ini (C:\vScopeData\configuration\config.ini): setting discovery.probe.wmi.local_script_folder %TEMP% setting discovery.probe.wmi.local_script_folder c:\\windows\\temp setting discovery.probe.wmi.local_script_folder null Change c:\\windows\\temp to any path […]
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 […]
By default vScope searches for certificates on all known targets (that is: added to Discovery Manager or found from any other target eg. a vCenter). The probe uses the default ports 443 (standard HTTPS) and 8443 (alternative HTTPS). The probe also looks at ports 80 and 8080 with HTTP, and checks if it gets any […]
By default, vScope use default instance port TCP 1433 and SQL Server Browser service UDP 1434. You can change this port setting under the Credential tab in Discovery Manager, clicking the MSSQL credential:
vScope can send you various notifications in form of emails. You can configure what notifications that should be sent to you under Profile’s page setting: Open the profile menu in the top right corner. Click on ‘Edit profile’. Scroll down to the ‘Email notifications’ section and select what you wish to receive.
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 […]
Manage your own backup When you manage your own backup of vScope, locate the catalog c:/vScopeData and make sure the following is saved: configuration* global* projects* users* license.lic The following does not need to be saved: .vSync* log* updater* Backup vScope in InfraSight Labs’ Secure Cloud InfraSight Labs offers a secure offsite backup. This way […]