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 not change on a regular basis for instance, it makes sense not to rescan this data during every scan attempt. By default, processor data is rescanned once every 50 days at most.
Each item scanned runs on its own schedule, which is called an "item interval" within Lansweeper Classic. Examples of other scan items are: BIOS, memory, OS, software and video card information. Though Lansweeper sets a default configuration for your item intervals, it is possible to customize these values to suit your needs.
To configure how often scan items are scanned:
Was this post helpful? Select Yes or No below!
Did you have a similar issue and a different solution? Or did you not find the information you needed? Create a post in our Community Forum for your fellow IT Heroes!
More questions? Browse our Quick Tech Solutions.