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View active computers on Altiris 7.5

Created: 24 Feb 2014 • Updated: 24 Feb 2014 | 11 comments

Is there a way to see which computers are online/active, like we could in 6.9?  I know I can ping machines.

Thanks!

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James007's picture

You can found under.

Reports->All reports->Discovery and Inventory->Inventory->Cross-platform->Inventory Agent->Inventory Diagnostics->Under you can find (Computers that have not reported inventory in last N days)

Solkre's picture

But nothing similar to the 6.9 console that showed if the machine was powered on or not, and if it had a user logged in or not?

no-idea's picture

In the site server view you can see active and inactive clients with different icons

KalpeshParmar's picture

Hi no-idea:

 

from where can we check the option that you suggested...?

no-idea's picture

Have a look at the screenshot.

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Igor Perevozchikov's picture

Hi,

You can use this SQL query to create your own report in SMP console, to see only active managed computers.

select vc.[Guid] as [ResourceGuid], vc.[Name], ctr.[HasTaskAgent],
ctr.[IsActive], 
ctr.[LastRegistered], coalesce( cta.[Product Version], '' ) as [Version],
vc.[IP Address] as [IPAddress],
vc.[Domain],
vc.[OS Name] as [OSName]
from [dbo].[TaskTargetDeviceCache] vc 
left outer join [dbo].[Inv_Client_Task_Resources] ctr
on ctr.[_ResourceGuid] = vc.[Guid]
left outer join [dbo].[Inv_Client_Task_Servers] cts
on cts.[ClientTaskServerGuid] = ctr.[ClientTaskServerGuid]
left outer join [dbo].[Inv_AeX_AC_Client_Agent] cta
on cta.[_ResourceGuid] = ctr.[_ResourceGuid]
and lower( cta.[Agent Name] ) = 'altiris client task agent'
where
( vc.[IP Address] is not NULL and LEN(vc.[IP Address])>0 )
AND ctr.[IsActive]='1'
ORDER by Name
ASC
 
 
Thanks,
IP.
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carlsson's picture

My Portal choose "Edit" and add in the view "Task management\task computers and devices"

you can  see Active and non-active by task/site server

 

C

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KalpeshParmar's picture

Hi IP,

 

Thanks for the query. but its not working.

Igor Perevozchikov's picture

What exactly you see that it doesn't work for you? On my side it worksREPORT_ACTIVEMACHINES.jpg

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