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jtretter22
Engaged Sweeper

I wanted to test the Changes by Type reports in Lansweeper.  I choose to test with the Processor report.  I initiated a baseline scan of a Dell Optiplex PC.  Once it completed, I swapped the processor, powered the PC back on and scanned again.

The baseline scan showed an Intel Core i5-9500 CPU @ 3.00GHz processor.
The secondary scan showed an Intel Core i5-8500 CPU @ 3.00GHz processor.
However, the Changes by Type > Processor report showed no results.

Shouldn’t this report show that the processor on this PC has changed?

Life moves pretty fast...
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jtretter22
Engaged Sweeper

 I thought of that, I changed the Refresh value for Scanned Item Interval for Processor to 0, so it would see the change.  And LS did see the change, as noted above.  It's just not reporting it on the Changes by Type > Processor report.

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Mister_Nobody
Honored Sweeper

1. You have to check history of PROCESSOR in Scanned Item Interval

2. LS has bad quality of checking processor's changes. There many false-positive events.