Lansweeper scans Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows computers, VMware servers and other network devices like printers and switches. Though a wealth of data is scanned and available for viewing, you may at times want to manually add more information to your assets.
Your Lansweeper installation includes 20 so-called asset custom fields that are reserved for manual data submission. You can change the display names of these fields to your liking and specify their type. Available types include combo box, currency, date, hyperlink, numeric and more.
Asset custom fields are configured globally, meaning that all assets have the same custom fields. Each asset can of course have its own value for each of these fields. You can fill in the available custom fields for each of your assets by going to the individual asset pages or by using one of the mass editing options. Once a field is filled in for a specific asset, it is displayed in the asset's Summary tab. Empty fields are not displayed.
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