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Discovery and Inventory

Public Group | Founded: 05 Aug 2009 | Serving 274 members

This group is designed to help system administrators utilize the Network Discovery, Inventory, Application Metering, Barcode and Asset Management capabilities in ITMS.

A team of Symantec experts will closely monitor this group and highlight helpful resources so that they are easier to find. Members of this group can use these experts as a sounding board for their questions and ideas. Users are strongly encouraged to share product extensions, such as custom inventory scripts.

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New blog entry 20 Mar 2014
Hello all, Today I ran into the above mentioned problem whilst trying to perform a clean install of ITMS 7.5, so I thought I would share what worked and what didn't. Windows 2008 SP1 R2 with SQL 2012 SP1. SQL was initially configured for Windows ...
New article 11 Mar 2014
A community member wanted to be able to identify machines that are not running the latest version of the SMA so that they could then email the user to inform them that they needed to connect to the network in order to bring their machine into ...
New article 28 Feb 2014
This article provides an overview of the Mac OS X Directory Editor and associated dscl command line utility. It includes examples of using the Symantec Management Platform’s Custom Inventory for Mac to gather this directory data. This article is ...
New article 25 Feb 2014
Short answer: Disabling the Mac root user via the Directory Utility app or equivalent command line has no affect on the SMP Agent for Mac installation or subsequent functionality. Long answer: The Mac OS X Directory Utility, located at ...