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CNealon
Engaged Sweeper
Hi All,

We are having a problem with our devices on Lansweeper. It is scanning all the PC's perfectly. Only problem we have is, it is also picking up some of the PC's twice and indicating that they are webservers. This is not the case. Can you advise on what may be happening to cause this?

Caoibhín
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Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Lansweeper uses port 135 to determine whether a machine is a computer or a device. If port 135 is open, the machine is deemed a computer. If port 135 is closed, the machine is deemed a device.

If at some point port 135 for a machine is closed, it will be picked up as a device upon the next scan. The solution is to reopen port 135 and then delete the "faulty" device entry from your database. You can delete devices from your database by selecting them in your configuration console under Lansweeper\Scanned Devices and hitting the “Delete” button. If port 135 on the computer remains open, the device entry will not return.
VOIN_Licensing
Engaged Sweeper
Please provide details about the solution to this problem when available. Many of the computers in our environment have always appeared twice - once as a "computer" object and again as a "web server" object.

LS Enterprise edition 4.2.0.52

e.g.

xxxx0123 DOMAIN - 1.2.3.4
xxxx0123.domain.net - 1.2.3.4 - Webserver

Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Please contact us at support@lansweeper.com and provide us with screenshots of the following:
- Your web console landing page. (Click on the Lansweeper logo in the top left corner.)
- The "faulty" Lansweeper webpage for one of the affected computers.
- The correct Lansweeper webpage for the same computer.
- A connection test performed from the Lansweeper server to the same affected computer using the Devicetester.exe. More info on the Devicetester.exe can be found on page 107 of our online documentation.

For easy reference, also include a link to this forum thread in your email.