IT Asset Inventory
Build an Accurate Network Inventory & Gain Complete Visibility
Automatically collect complete hardware, software, and user information from all IT assets
to build your network inventory
The Need for a Centralized IT Inventory
One of the most time-consuming tasks for any IT pro is keeping track of all IT assets, where they reside and who is using them. It’s time to stop relying on error-prone spreadsheets. Trusting manually gathered and updated data only results in obsolete information. Lansweeper offers you a complete and accurate overview of what is going on in your network, automating your network inventory completely.
Build an Accurate IT Network Inventory
Lansweeper’s multiple scanning methods give you complete control and enable you to scan what you want, when and how you want. Create a complete and up-to-date network inventory thanks with Lansweeper’s Agentless Network Discovery. Scan Windows, Linux, and Mac devices. Find and organize printers, routers and switches and track assets not yet deployed or disconnected from your network. Discover SNMP-enabled devices on your network to create a detailed network inventory.
Scan Off-Site Workstations
With networks becoming increasingly mobile and complicated, certain assets become harder to reach. Think for example of laptops out on the road, devices at remote locations or machines in protected zones (DMZs). LsAgent is a small, lightweight application that gathers data locally from Windows, Mac & Linux devices and sends it back to your Lansweeper installation. It’s Lansweeper’s answer to increased network mobility and complexity and keep an overview over your network inventory.
Keep Track of Your IT Stock
Track assets not yet deployed in your network or assets which have been disconnected from the network due to replacement or repairs. Manually importing assets gives you a complete overview of all IT inventory in your business. Once new equipment has been connected to the network and scanned by Lansweeper, the additional information from the scan is automatically added to your network inventory.