rxInventory 3.10 (Build 3) avoids several limitations of remote interfaces by using a new scanning method. In addition to performance improvements and reduced bandwidth requirements, previously undetectable information such as Windows Store apps can now be included. The distribution of client software remains to be not necessary, and the classic scan mode is also available if required.
Further improvements have been accomplished in the acquisition of network components. This can be seen, for example, in the analysis of switches and their relationship to neighboring devices. In addition, manufacturers of network cards are now listed in the corresponding views.
Following the introduction of the function for thinning out historical data, this version offers a new dialog for database optimization. The optional schema extension and a possible data defragmentation accelerate complex queries significantly.
Changes to rxInventory 3.10
Note: With rxInventory 3.10 the database is changed in a non-backwards compatible manner. With multiple installations accessing the same database, each installation must be updated. All users of older versions are recommended to install the update.
- New default scan method
- Capturing of Windows Store apps
- Optional recording of the Bitlocker recovery key used on the system partition
- Identification of the network cards manufacturer
- Microsoft Excel Export
- CSV export including column headers
- HTML export of data nodes in ZIP format
- Indication of the monitor connection
- Global data node for Windows services
- Reading data of neighboring devices when scanning switches
- Alternative method for scanning certain switch types
- New dialog with additional functions to optimize the database
- The MySQL driver is now part of the installation
- Newly created MySQL and Oracle databases now use the binary or raw data type for IDs
- Unknown devices can be renamed
- Support of modern key-based logins