Every product added to the vScope platform has its own license limit (counted in Billable Units, BUs) which in a real context would be eg.
License for Company A:
- Virtualization, 50 BUs (45 units are discovered)
- Server, 50 BUs (40 units are discovered)
Sometimes, you might accidentally exceed this limit for one or several products. For instance, Company A adds a new range in Discovery Manager which results in that additional servers are discovered. This causes the total number of discovered servers (BUs) increase from 40 to 180 (outside of the license limit)
This will result in the following view in vScope:
Don’t worry. vScope will be fully functional and behave just like before. The only difference will be that now only 50 servers (the license limit) will be visible in the UI. The servers will continue to be inventoried by vScope but the information is capped based on the license limit.
Alright, how can I fix this?
To fix this you can either upgrade your license to match the new BU count. This can be managed from your organization’s vScope Account page. If the newly added servers were a mistake, you can also change the discovery settings from within the Discovery Manager to not accidentally continue to discover unwanted machines.