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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 vScope runs WMI scripts

vScope collects information from Windows operating systems using various WMI scripts, utilizing VBscript. The scripts can be run from the vScope server using plain WMI, or locally on the target machin...

Clear disk space for vScope

Since vScope keeps track of any historical changes in your IT environment, the disk usage of the vScope installation will increase along with the longer you run vScope. Sometimes, you might want to fr...

Creating a group or permission mapping from SSO

Using SSO, you can rely on external authentication methods in vScope. Once configured, you can use the external identity provider (IDP) to assign vScope users permissions and/or groups. If you have no...

Setting up Azure Single Sign-On (SSO)

Configure Single Sign-On (SSO) to use Azure as an identity provider (IDP) to vScope. Azure can be used to handle authentication and/or permission settings for users in vScope. This helps you centraliz...

vScope and Apache Log4j (CVE-2021-44228)

Summary vScope is not using Log4j2 vScope is not using JNDI or JMSAppender …and is not affected by neither CVE-2021-44228 nor CVE-2021-4104. Background A flaw was found in the Apache Log4j logging l...

Customized Asset inventory

Notice: Customize inventory in vScope requires administrator priveliges By default, vScope inventories as many assets as possible from a data source. This way vScope will always reflect what’s i...

Windows Defender – Suspicious command launched from remote location

Background To inventory Windows operating systems, vScope uses WMI or WinRM (depending on your preferences). This is called a Discovery. Both WMI and WinRM run scripts from the vScope server to fetch ...