This forum is used to centralized feature requests and ideas for Fusioninventory, an opensource inventory and software deployment tool.
On a Linux system, the software version number may contain "1:" or "2:" in reference to the epoch part of the version number.
But sometimes we don't need this part - to stick with a Windows version number (example: the version number of fusioninventory-agent).
Is it possible to plan to add dictionary rules for software versions?
It would be great if you add the ability to ckeck registry keys other than Microsoft...uninstall for softwares inventory.
Currently the agents discovers Synology NAS as network device. As a result, we do not get information about disks and volumes.
Can i get some action/rule/functionality in fusion Inventory that should detect usb storage and block them on agent side
I want an functionality or rule that can detect usb storage devices and block them on agent side (in short usb blocking should be done) i am not able to to do so can any one help me with these please
Would it be possible to work on the integration of Bitlocker in
FusionInventory? The goal would be to detect the status of BitLocker on the disks of a computer.
this has still be done, you need at least:
- FusionInventory-Agent 2.4.3
- FusionInventory plugin for glpi 9.4+1.1
Hi, I have created a shell script in order to facilitate the installation of FusionInventory agent in Debian based Linux distributions. I hope it can be useful for someone.
Any MSI package available for Fusioninventory?
Hi Martin L.,
I started to work on this some time ago, but we need some sponsoring here to really focus ;-)
is it possible to use Fusiononventory 2.5 with older GLPI? For example Version 9.2.4?
Fusioninventory agent just needs a working FusionInventory plugin for GLPI. So you just have to check the plugin compatibility, not the agent one.
I found some topics about my issue but no solution.
I need to bind a GLPI template with my imported computers.
I explain : to follow the evolution of the computers, I need to enter management information (financial informations, guarantees, suppliers ...). These informations are common to a large part of the computers depending on whether it is (desktop or laptop). For that, I created two templates in GLPI for the creation of machines. However, I can not use the Fusion plugin to import the machines because they can not be created according to the desired template. I would need to can import the computers and by a rule (depending on what type it is, desktop or laptop) create the computer according to my template Desktop or Laptop in GLPI.
Waiting to your answer.
I'm happy to contribute with some command line options to fusioninventory-agent-deployment.vbs
I've read in CONTRIB.md: "On your 2.3.x branch, update this CONTRIB.md file to reference properly your contrib", but I don't know how "to reference properly my contrib"...
Isn't it enought a pretty PR to develop branch?
If you think that this is a valuable contribution, please, I'm anxiously waiting for further instructions ;-)
Usage: fusioninventory-agent-deployment [options ...]
/Location="http[s]://host[:port]/[absolut_path]" | "\\host\share\[path]"
/Arch=x86 | x64 | Auto
/Force[=Yes or No]
/Verbose[=Yes or No]
/DryRun[=Yes or No]
/Options=/S /acceptlicense /runnow etc ...
Missing options take the default value defined within the Script.
Present options without explicit value take the value Yes.
fusioninventory-agent-deployment /help just this usage
fusioninventory-agent-deployment /advance=15 must be an Integer value
fusioninventory-agent-deployment /verbose /dryrun for verbose dummy run
fusioninventory-agent-deployment /dryrun for silenced dummy run
fusioninventory-agent-deployment /dryrun /options="/S /acceptlicense /runnow etc ..." testing your options!
At meraki hardware, a lot of informations (model, manufacture) exist in sysdescr. Is there any way to "filter" these informations to set manufacturer and model? (seems FI didn't read them out of the SNMP).
Meraki MS350-24X Cloud Managed PoE Switch
Meraki MR53 Cloud Managed AP
debug is set to 0 but journal is full of debug log entries:
Mär 20 12:41:12 glpi.rent24.com fusioninventory-agent: [debug] [thread 4] scanning 10.24.64.153: Mär 20 12:41:16 glpi.rent24.com fusioninventory-agent: [debug] [thread 4] - scanning 10.24.64.153 with nmap: no result Mär 20 12:41:16 glpi.rent24.com fusioninventory-agent: [debug] [thread 4] - scanning 10.24.64.153 with netbios: no result Mär 20 12:41:16 glpi.rent24.com fusioninventory-agent: [debug] [thread 4] - scanning 10.24.64.153 with SNMP, credentials 2: no result, no response from host 10.24.64.153 Mär 20 12:41:16 glpi.rent24.com fusioninventory-agent: [debug] [thread 4] - scanning 10.24.64.153 with SNMP, credentials 5: no result, no response from host 10.24.64.153
You should always tell us which agent version and which OS you're using for your agent. Here I can only suppose you still have the option activated with your service, maybe in a /etc/sysconfig/fusioninventory-agent file or in a /etc/default/fusioninventory-agent file, depending on your system.
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