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How to scan an Apple Mac computer

This page explains how to scan Apple Mac computers using Lansweeper, and shows where you can find every detail about the scanned Apple computers. Lansweeper supports scanning of macOS. Scanned macOS data includes disks, network interfaces, memory, m...

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Scan Microsoft 365 targets

This step-by-step guide explains how to scan Microsoft 365 targets with a Microsoft Cloud Services application. Microsoft Cloud Service scanning is a feature introduced in Lansweeper 8.3. You must update your installation if you are running a lower ...

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Manage scanned item intervals

This article explains how to configure scanned item intervals in Lansweeper Classic. To avoid unnecessary network traffic during agentless scanning, not all Windows and Linux computer data is rescanned all the time. As your computer's processor does...

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How to scan users

An inventory of your Active Directory users is available on Lansweeper Sites. If you want to view your user inventory, consider linking with Lansweeper Sites, if you haven't already. When Lansweeper scans a Windows computer, it automatically retrieve...

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LsPush vs. LsAgent scanning agent

Lansweeper includes several agentless scanning methods to scan the assets in your network. You can scan the Linux, Unix, Mac and Windows computers, VMware servers and other devices in your network without installing any Lansweeper software on the mac...

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Create a Microsoft Cloud Services application

This step-by-step guide explains how to create a Microsoft Cloud Services application to scan Intune, Microsoft 365, and Microsoft Entra ID (Azure AD) targets, or send Helpdesk and email alerts. Microsoft Cloud Services scanning is a feature introdu...

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Scanning Windows drivers

This page explains how to set up and use Lansweeper's driver scanning feature, which allows you to scan system drivers, PnP drivers, and printer drivers on Windows computers. Lansweeper is capable of scanning system drivers, PnP (plug and play) driv...

Susan_A by Lansweeper Alumni
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Scan Microsoft Store apps

Learn how to scan Microsoft Store apps and how to view them in the Lansweeper web console. Microsoft Store app scanning was introduced in Lansweeper 9.3 and further optimized in Lansweeper 9.5. You will need to update your installation if you are ru...

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Scan Windows computer certificates

This page explains how to scan your Windows computers for certificates, and where you can find all of the details of the scanned certificates. From version 9.5 onward, Lansweeper is capable of scanning certificates that are in the Local Computer sto...

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Manage network interface uplinks

This page explains how you can customize your uplink settings, rescan switches and how automated device scanning linked to uplinks works. When Lansweeper scans a router or switch using SNMP, it also tries to detect the assets connected to the device...

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