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When a network asset is being scanned, Lansweeper needs to determine whether the asset is already present in the Lansweeper
Active Directory User/Group Path is an agentless, scheduled scanning target suitable for scanning Active Directory users and Active Directory user
Active Directory Domain is an agentless, fully automated scanning target suitable for scanning Windows computers that are part of an
All Windows computer scanning methods scan events found in the Windows Logs section of a client machine’s Event Viewer. Error
When Lansweeper scans a Windows computer, it retrieves the events found in the Windows Logs section of the computer’s Event
Your Lansweeper installation includes two Eventlog Only scanning targets. These are agentless, scheduled scanning targets that scan the event log entries
Active Directory Computer Path is an agentless, scheduled scanning target that scans any Windows computers in the Active Directory computer container
To see which assets are currently being scanned by your Lansweeper installation and which are queued for scanning, access the
To avoid unnecessary network traffic during agentless scanning, not all Windows and Linux computer data is rescanned all the time.
Due to their reliance on the old SMB1 protocol, scanning targets of the type “Workgroup” are marked as deprecated. It
An IP Range target is an agentless, scheduled scanning target that scans any IP range specified by you. The IP
Scanning credentials are login/password combinations and certificates/keys used by your Lansweeper installation to remotely access and scan network assets. The
This article explains how to exclude assets from scanning. If an asset is part of just one scanning target, scan
This article explains the effect of enabling Windows rename detection. When a network asset is being scanned, Lansweeper needs to
Lansweeper supports scanning of Linux and Unix operating systems. Scanned Linux data includes disks, network interfaces, manufacturer, model, memory, OS,
Lansweeper supports scanning of macOS. Scanned Mac data includes disks, network interfaces, memory, model, OS, processor, serial number, software, uptime
Lansweeper includes several scanning methods to scan the assets in your network. You can scan the Linux, Unix, Mac and
Lansweeper allows you to scan specific files on your Windows computers. Custom file scanning retrieves various properties (version, company, size,
Lansweeper allows you to scan values in your Windows computers’ registries, through custom registry scanning. Registry scanning checks what a
When scanning assets using Lansweeper, you sometimes needs to submit your domain’s DNS or NetBIOS name as part of the
If you’d like to submit a domain for scanning other than the one your Lansweeper server is located in and
The information in this article is solely provided for historical purposes. From Lansweeper version 6.0.100 onward, LsClient is no longer