quote:Originally posted by RyanJett
After installing the Windows Server Inventory Add-on, you should see three new .ConfigMgmtInventory files in the \SolarWinds\Configuration Management\Inventory folder:
If you do not see these files, reinstall the add-on package.
If these files do exist, restart Cirrus and then select Inventory Settings from the Inventory menu. You should see a list of Inventory options including the default groups "Standard" and "Cisco". In addition to those groups, there should be a new group called "Windows" with three Inventory options to choose from.
If you still do not see these Inventory options, did you install Cirrus in the default location? And if not, did you install the add-on to the same \SolarWinds folder that Cirrus was installed to? The fastest way to check would be to do a search for folders named "SolarWinds". If you see more than one instance, this is likely the cause of the problem.
If none of this resolves your issue, feel free to email me at email@example.com
quote:Originally posted by trm33
When will the Windows Inventory package be available?
quote:Originally posted by Don Yonce
The device inventory can be extended easily. Cirrus is using the Sonar Inventory Engine that previously was only available to OEM partners. It can be extended to included other device details and other Vendor specific information.
I'll build you an example inventory add-on to collect the Route Table
Which one do you want ?
You probably want IP-FORWARD-MIB:ipCidrRouteTable
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