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At the top of the Lansweeper web console, to the right of the Lansweeper logo, a search bar is available
Every scanned or manually created computer and device in Lansweeper has an asset state. States are a Lansweeper feature that
A Windows computer’s Lansweeper webpage lists the most recently scanned properties of the machine’s software, OS, memory and other details.
Lansweeper scans Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows computers, VMware servers and other network devices like printers and switches. Though a
When a Windows computer is scanned, Lansweeper automatically creates monitor assets for the monitors attached to the computer. Monitor assets
You’ll notice that, on the Lansweeper webpages of Dell and HP assets whose asset serial was scanned, the serial number
If you access an asset’s Lansweeper webpage, you’ll notice an online status indicator right below the asset name and next
From Lansweeper 5.1 onward, a built-in option in the web console allows you to generate QR codes for the assets
To add comments to an asset, do the following: Browse to the asset’s Lansweeper webpage and hit the Add comment
To link purchase or other documents to an asset, do the following: Browse to the asset’s Lansweeper webpage and hit
Lansweeper allows you to group various assets, making it quick and easy to look at specific network segments. You can
Your Lansweeper installation allows you to upload blueprints/maps of your offices and place assets on them, so your employees can
You may want to delete certain assets from your Lansweeper database after a while, particularly if those assets have been
When scanning a device, Lansweeper uses a complex internal procedure to determine the device’s asset type. Just a few examples
When Lansweeper scans an asset, it automatically tries to determine the asset’s type: Linux, Unix, Mac or Windows computer, VMware
The ability to link assets to AD user groups, AD user OUs and local Windows users was introduced in Lansweeper
Your Lansweeper installation allows you to link assets to other assets or users and to define the asset/user relationship. You
From Lansweeper 5.1 onward, there is a built-in option for importing new assets from a .csv file. This allows you