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Discovery ThinClient devices

Hello experts,

 

In our environment, we have many ThinClient devices with model like HP T5740 with agentless discovery? Then i checked the report. For HP T5740 thin client, a node shows more than 20 IP address attached with. what's the problem? (Please notes the IP lease time for 7 days).

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Then shouldn't we use agentless discovery for Thin Client devices? or is it a discovery issue?

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Check the creation time for links between host and IP.

Is there true that IP is changign every day?

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Re: Discovery ThinClient devices

Hello,

 

Thanks for your reply.

I checked the attached IPs with one node was created by the same time and ICMP job. So I double checked with my customer. actually they are VDI servers. so I guess I should use VM hosts discovery job for the devices. then it may correct this issue.

 

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Which UCMDB and Content Pack version you are on?

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