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Inventory driven inactivation

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Up to now we do not use this feature, which means that we have no value entered in the field "Inactivate Asset after x day" within our Standard mandator.

Now  (some days ago) I have set this value to 90 on our test system, but no assets changes it status to "Not reported by SWR".
1. Is there anything else to do?
2. On wich date this 90 days will be calculated, lastScanDate or SWRUpdateDate?

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Thanks and Regards Markus

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Re: Inventory driven inactivation

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Hi Markus,

 

I am wondering if you have the following parameters in Spider Admin > Spider Asset - Object definition > Asset > Asset Status:

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It seems that the SWR is missing the NotReported Status.

 

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James Ellis

 

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Hello,
this option is based on "Last scandate", when I sort Assets by Last scandate I can clearly see when 90 days passed.
Then the license requirement of Asset is 0.
but unfortunatelly, there are still assets which are not imported from inventory for a while...

 

Vlad

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Re: Inventory driven inactivation

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But I can see GREEN dot "Configured" status.

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Hi Markus,

 

I am wondering if you have the following parameters in Spider Admin > Spider Asset - Object definition > Asset > Asset Status:

james_ellis_0-1573036745715.png

 

It seems that the SWR is missing the NotReported Status.

 

Kind regards,

James Ellis

 

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