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How to add Microsoft 365 Defender to vScope

Integrating Microsoft 365 Defender to vScope allows you to fetch any assets (eg. computers and applications) found in Microsoft 365 Defender portal. Any assets found in any additional data source will...

How to add Nutanix to vScope

You can integrate vScope with Nutanix Prism to collect information about VMs, clusters, storage, and more. The information is automatically cross-referenced with other data sources such as SCCM, Windo...

How to retrieve more information from integrations for vScope

vScope is bundled with lots of default information and tags. And although these seem like a lot, they’re far from everything potentially available to you. In this article, we’ll show you h...

Getting started with Custom SQL

This guide will show you, step-by-step, how to integrate vScope with an SQL database. We will inventory Computer Systems and a tag, Total Cost, displaying the cost of each asset. This guide, however, ...

Find assets by using SNMP

vScope can discover several network assets by using SNMP, such as printers & switches. Requirements: The correct credential for the SNMP version. The vScope server needs access to the IP range. SN...

How to integrate Desktop Central with vScope

Integrating Desktop Central with vScope allows you to view the machines and mobile devices you have in Desktop Central. 1. Login to your Desktop Central installation with an admin account. 2. Click on...

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 unde...

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, yo...