rxInventory 3.8 now allows to thin out historical data to improve performance and reduce the amount of data. For better overview and security new views provide local users and groups – e.g. to clarify local administrators. The introduction of a device class for acquired switches is helpful in mapping the topology. In addition to these and other improvements, there is now a new query type for viewing the entered license packs at one glance. Users of older versions are recommended to install the update.

 

Changes to rxInventory 3.8

Note: When starting rxInventory 3.8 for the first time, the database is changed in a way which is not compatible with older versions of rxInventory. With multiple installations accessing the same database, all installation have to be updated.

 

Improvements:
  • Scan of local users and groups plus display of local administrators.
  • Feature to thin out history data to reduce and speed up database.
  • Support of hardware scan on recent ESXi release.
  • Automatic retry of scans after disconnect.
  • Doubling of user defined properties for license packets.
  • Name of users defined properties of license packets can be customized now.
  • The maintenance price of the license pack now is independent of the license count.
  • New type of report for query on license packets.
  • Additional report examples.
  • Additional and updates examples for scripts.
  • Adjustments to scanning of display data on Windows 8 and 10.
  • macOS software scan now supports software packages with identical names.
  • New device class for switches.
  • Software list of devices extended with version.
  • Attached documents can now be edited in place.
  • Fresh look with new icons.
  • Operating system version now encloses build number for Windows 10.
  • Reduced scans with WMI missing do not overwrite former complete scans.
  • Link local addresses (fe80::) are omitted from the ip list of network interfaces.
  • Archive extended by device classes.