Release Notes

vScope 3.16.3

September 17, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • New tag for virtualization hosts:
    • Hosted Database Software
  • New tag for Azure AD users:
    • Group Assigned Licenses
  • The third row in a table is no longer frozen in place in an Excel export.
  • Fixed a bug where the selection dot could disappear when selecting time span in History & Compare mode.
  • G Suite group members are now counted as expected.
  • Improvements made to the Desktop Central integration.
  • Fixed a bug where Tracker cases sometimes warned about ignored components.
  • Certificates from IIS Certificate Store added to the machine’s relationship table on the Properties Page.
  • Service items in Billing can now be used without a complete billing period.

vScope 3.16.2

September 3, 2020

What’s New

  • Mobile devices are now available in vScope. Read more!

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • New tags from Jamf Pro for mobile devices.
  • Fixed a NullPointerException bug related to virtual disks in Azure.
  • Support for enforced SSL in Desktop Central.
  • Improved Excel exports from vScope Billing.
  • New tag for machines:
    • UEFI Secure Boot
  • Improved SNMPv3 probe.

vScope 3.16.1

August 26, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Fix for occasional NullPointerException in Azure probe.
  • Fix for error message showing when accessing card for Azure AD user.
  • Fix for various fields not showing on mobile devices from Jamf.
  • Fix for Azure AD Owner for User Groups from Azure is now showing as expected.

vScope 3.16.0

August 17, 2020

What’s New

  • New Data sources:
    • Jamf
    • Adobe Creative Suite
    • Desktop Central
  • New Components:
    • Mobile Devices

Get in touch with customersuccess@infrasightlabs.com to get started with new data sources.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • New tag for G Suite User Accounts:
    • G Suite Primary Device.
  • New tag for Azure AD:
    • Azure Managed By.
  • Retrieve custom tags for G Suite Chromebooks using “Create from discovery” in Tag Manager.
  • Added header parameters to emails in vScope to avoid auto-responses.
  • Reworked the properties page for Azure Resource Groups.
  • New section added to the Azure Subscription properties page. View the Azure Virtual Networks that belong to the subscription.
  • Improved HTTP probe.
  • Improved G Suite probe.
  • Added more options to inventorying certificates on Windows machines.

vScope 3.15.0

June 11, 2020

What’s New

  • G-Suite added as a new data source! Read more here.
  • vScope will no longer send common emails from the vScope default mail server.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Create Custom Discovery Tags about disks from Hyper-V.
  • Custom Discovery Tags from Azure. Customize what tags to inventory from Azure.
  • Fix for Hyper-V servers backed up with Veeam not properly inventoried
  • New tag for Intune:
    • Time Since Intune Enrollment.
  • Trailing spaces on Intune devices no longer affects discovery of Intune.
  • All tags and values in the Tag Manager can now be sorted alphabetically.
  • Azure Resource Groups have a new properties page.

vScope 3.14.7

May 28, 2020

What’s New

  • New report packs:
    • Azure Cost Breakdown: Overview your cloud related expenses in vScope.
    • Azure Documentation: Document your Azure environment alongside your on-prem infrastructure.
    • Azure Users & Licenses: Look up Azure AD users and license plans in the cloud instantly.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Applications found twice or more in Intune will no longer cause discovery issues.
  • Icons in vScope no longer breaks in Safari browsers.
  • Improved the properties page for Azure subscriptions.
  • Updated Intune tags:
    • Associated Device –> Primary Device (On the property page of a user account).
    • Associated User –> Primary User (On the property page of an Intune client.

vScope 3.14.6

May 14, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Improved inventory log messages for the SSH probe. The log now also lists commands the probe failed to run on the machine.
  • Improved stitching between AzureAD and LDAP.
  • Fixed a bug which caused a user accounts to only be able to be Manager for one directory machine in vScope.
  • Veeam probe now supporting Veeam 10.
  • Searching recursive users on a  Group properties page now searches for all users.
  • Billing accounts and pricelists are now sorted alphabetically in vScope Billing.

vScope 3.14.5

May 4, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • New tags for Intune:
    • Intune WiFi MAC
    • Intune Ethernet MAC
    • Intune Discovered Applications
  • New sections for Azure Subscription properties pages:
    • Azure Advisor Cost Recommendations
    • Cost breakdown for different resource groups in Azure
  • Intune Associated User and Associated Intune Device added to properties pages.
  • Fix for cases where “Estimated Full..” tags would return a long date which couldn’t be summed up.
  • FX: Count, Gather & Unique can now be used with manual tags created by users.
  • Improved CPU & RAM calculations for machines discovered by multiple data sources.

vScope 3.14.4

April 17, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Deleting a Service card is now placed under “Settings” for each Service card.
  • Fix for a loading icon that never stopped spinning.

vScope 3.14.3

April 2, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Date values in excel files are now set as a date format when imported to vScope.
  • The vScope installer now opens port 443 to support HTTPS uploads.
  • New tags from Intune for Clients:
    • Intune Managed By
    • Intune Ownership
  • New tag for component License Plans:
    • Domain
  • Custom tags with “/” in their name no longer causes errors.
  • Fixed a bug where clicking “Edit Dashboard” sometimes wouldn’t enter the Edit mode.

vScope 3.14.2

March 26, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Fix release

vScope 3.14.1

March 20, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Added improvements related to 3.14.0.

vScope 3.14.0

March 19, 2020

What’s New

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • vScope administrators will now receive email warnings when proxy installations gets out of memory.
  • Added rules for cases where VM’s are moved to Azure and gets new VMID’s.
  • Collaboration emails now uses the sender’s name as “From”.
  • Extended tags from vCenter now needs to be created from discovery.

vScope 3.13.5

March 5, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • System information and a relationship table have been added to Jobs’ properties page.
  • Common mail errors are now reported with user-friendly texts.
  • Database Name is now searchable in the Omnisearch.

vScope 3.13.4

February 20, 2020

What’s New

  • New report packs:
    • End-of-life – Find software, OS and infrastructure components that have reached their end-of-life.
    • Client Overview – The most important insights about your clients.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • The email integration warning will now reset after successfully sending a test email.
  • Changing connection type from Plain to LDAPS in the Directory Integration now changes to the correct default port number.
  • The value for the VM tag “Running” will be removed if the machine is no longer found by the necessary data sources.
  • Fixed a bug where RAM sometimes wasn’t shown for servers.

vScope 3.13.3

February 7, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Added improvements related to 3.13.2.

vScope 3.13.2

February 6, 2020

What’s New

  • New report about Azure AD guest accounts. Find it by searching for “Active Guest Users in Azure AD” in the Omnisearch.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • vScope no longer classifies “Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2012 Standard” as a client OS.
  • LDAPS is now the default connection type for the LDAP credential.
  • New tag for Databases:
    • Time Since Last Backup
  • New component relation. Retrieve tags about “All Machines” for the component “Operating Systems”.
  • See Hyper-V clusters in the component type “Clusters”.
  • Fixed a bug where it wasn’t possible to close the recipient chooser in the Collaborator’s float.
  • Less frequently exceeded license warnings.

vScope 3.13.1

January 23, 2020

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Added improvements related to 3.13.0

vScope 3.13.0

January 23, 2020

What’s New

  • New Tracker Cases to aid with the changes to Oracle Java SE 8 licensing:
    • Machines with Oracle Java SE 8 Installed
    • Oracle Java SE 8 Installations

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • New tags for machines found by SCCM:
    • SCCM Client Activity
    • SCCM Last Activity
  • New tag for components “SCCM Deployments” & “SCCM Device Deployment”:
    • Time Since Last Deployment
  • Added placeholder text to SSH credentials private key to clarify in what format it should be written.
  • Added new Service relationships in Service Mapping:
    • “Has a connection to”
    • “Has a connection from”

vScope 3.12.2

January 13, 2020

What’s New

  • The vScope license type LIMITED have been discontinued.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Improved suggestions for search results in vScope.
  • Fixed a stitch issues for machines that at some point have had the same MAC address.
  • Top 5 widgets now always get sorted correctly.
  • Now it’s possible to select dates in History & Compare in Table Explorer when viewing a table for a tracker case.
  • The “Estimated Full (monthly)” value for File Systems no longer breaks for high values.
  • The sidebar in Service Mapping is now muted when editing a service card.
  • Renamed the “File System Used Ratio” to “File System Usage Ratio”.

vScope 3.12.1

December 20, 2019

  • Fix release for vScope 3.12.0.

vScope 3.12.0

December 19, 2019

What’s New

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Added port information to Switches’ Properties page.
  • Disks are now a related resource to machines, and vice versa.
  • Added functionality to table exports in ‘History & Compare’ mode.
  • Get disk health status from SCCM. Requires ‘Win32_Diskdrive’ & ‘Win32_DiskPartition’ enabled.
  • Improved functionality to Active Directory connections

vScope 3.11.0

December 5, 2019

What’s new

  • Share access to your reports and tables by bulk selecting them in ‘Browse Tables’.
  • Give access to underlying reports of a Dashboard.
  • Switches now have their own Properties pages.
  • New report packs:

Improvements & Bug fixes

  • New Custom Discovery Tags available for disks found by SCCM:
  • Set time frame of a timeline
  • New Tags for Directory Machines & User Accounts:
    • Manager For (Computer)
    • Managed By Name
    • Managed By
  • Widgets now shows a plus sign if you are displaying positive changes in a widget
  • New Tag for Linux OS Machines:
    • Permit root login
  • vScope now sends notification emails to all members of a group when sharing content to groups
  • Fixed a bug related to the Azure RM problem where trailing spaces in a string would make the probe fail.

vScope 3.10.2

November 22, 2019

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Hyper-V machines are no longer stitched with replicas using the replicas’ name.
  • Time range filtrations now functions as expected.
  • New Tag “Windows OS Activated” for “All Machines” components.
  • Virtual Machines with different InstanceUUID will no longer be merged.

vScope 3.10.1

November 20, 2019

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • The tag “OS uptime” will only show values if the machine is scanned with WMI.
  • Fixed a bug for “Import from file” where you’d get a 500 response if the spreadsheet contained values outside the range of the column headers.
  • The HTTP probe now inventories all subject alternative names.

Service Mapping – Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug where a vScope User could click “Create Service Card”.
  • You can now edit a component table section again.
  • Tracker case in service overview now shows the correct number of Tracker Cases in a service card.

vScope 3.10.0

November 18, 2019

What’s new

  • Import tags from file – We’ve added the functionality to import tags using the Tag Manager in vScope, instead of via the API. Read more.
  • Custom Tags from SCCM – Get your custom tags from SCCM and add them to vScope via the Tag Manager.

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Added new Tags for User Accounts:
    • Managed By Email
    • Managed By Full Name
    • Manager For Name
    • Manager For Email
    • Primary Device OS
  • New Tags for All Machines:
    • Primary User Full Name
    • Primary User Email
  • New Tag for Databases
    • Database Read/Write Ratio
  • Changed the name of the Tag “Installed Server Features” to “Installed Server Roles and Features”, to better reflect its values.

Service Mapping – Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug where the Tracker sometimes would not list connected components.

vScope 3.9.1

November 7, 2019

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug related to the ‘Ignore Clients’ feature for WMI credentials

vScope 3.9.0

October 31, 2019

What’s new

Improvements & Bug Fixes

  • Removed the “Auto add”-filter when leaving the match/range/etc. filter box.
  • Added a new tag called “Time Since First Found” for Printers ,so you can see when vScope first discovered a printer.
  • Re-sorted Omnisearch results to a more intuitive order. First showing Dashboards then Reports, Tracker Cases and lastly Components (servers, databases, user accounts).
  • Removed the previous limit of 10 favourite dashboards. You you can now have an unlimited amount of favourites.
  • You can now show “Recursive users” on Properties pages for Groups.
  • If the SCCM credential had a permission problem, vScope would show “SYSTEM NOT SUPPORTED”. Now it will tell you it’s a permission problem right away.
  • Fixed a bug where you sometimes couldn’t create a widget from Table Explorer.
  • Fixed a bug where you couldn’t change discovery tag source from VMM.
  • Sometimes when testing the SCCM credential, vScope showed ‘OK’ even if there was a permission problem extracting information. vScope will now report a warning if this is the case.
  • Fixed a bug where 64-bit edition of Windows Server was missing OS type.
  • Made sure that Mac OS X Servers have the OS type in vScope .
  • Updated Typescript and tslib to the latest versions.
  • Fixed a bug where the test credential for Azure never stopped spinning.
  • Fixed a bug where the 64-bit edition of Windows Server sometimes was missing a value for OS Type.