[Fusioninventory-user] Agentless windows discovery

Walid nouh walid.nouh at gmail.com
Wed Jan 5 12:20:32 UTC 2011

On 05/01/2011 13:14, Guillaume Rousse wrote:
> Le 05/01/2011 11:03, Flyinvap a écrit :
>> Hi,
>>    Is-it possible to discover Windows computers only with SNMP ?
>> fusioninventory seems to use SNMP only for network devices.
>>    I can't install anything on Windows servers but snmp agent is active
>> some I would like to use it.
> You can discover (there is something at adress x.y.z) any kind of host
> with a tcp/ip stack on your network using either snmp, nmap, or netbios
> (provided you have the relevant perl module on the agent conducting the
> scan). However, the only way to identify those hosts (something is a
> cisco switch), and to inventory them (it has 4 cpus, and 48 network
> ports) thereafter is to use snmp, with a suitable description model in
> fusioninventory.
> AFAIK, there is no such model for windows hosts.
You're right Guillaume. For the moment inventory of computers using SNMP 
is not supported.
David could tell you better than me what needs to be done to implement it.


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