Lansweeper Classic allows you to link assets to other assets, Active Directory users, AD user groups, AD user OUs and local Windows users. It also allows you to define the asset/asset or asset/user relationship, the relation start date and relation end date. You can specify that asset A was borrowed by user X this month for instance and that asset B is backed up to asset C. If a relation's end date is older than today, the asset or user page grays out the relation to show its expired status.
There are a number of built-in relation types and you can create your own as well. Once you've created your relations, you can also report on them using built-in or custom reports in the Reports menu.
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