Inventory List View

When you click on any entity type on the Inventory landing page, the Inventory List View page displays with a table of information about the entity. The default table columns vary by entity type, but include Name, Tags, and Created On. You can add or remove columns from the fU40Awl4bDJCD5XP7Aryng.png (Table Options) menu, resize the columns, and move the columns using drag and drop.

Note

Not all elements are present for every entity.

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  1. Search partial terms or numbers. Not all column content can be searched. To reset the grid to an unfiltered state, click the "X" icon in the search field.

    Note

    If an entity has multiple tags, and you search for an individual entity, the search returns all the tags.

  2. Displays the total number of items in the entity list. After searching, this number updates to reflect how many filtered items are shown.

  3. Application Discovery actions. Applies only to Application entity types.

    • New opens a dialog to create applications based on suggestions from discovery.

    • with Suggestions opens a dialog to update applications based on suggestions from discovery.

  4. Displays the current type of entities you are viewing in the grid. Clicking the button opens a list of all the entity types, when selecting one, the grid reloads to show you entities of that type.

  5. More lets you toggle on bulk edit mode or access the VirtualWisdom User Guide.

  6. Provides options for showing/hiding list columns and exporting the contents of the list as a CSV file, or copy them to the clipboard.

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  7. Edit, View Open Cases, Show Properties, Show Topology, and Delete.

If a blue dot is displayed, it means the entity has not yet been inspected.

Note

Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) only identifies physical Network Interfaces for which the MAC address of the Bonded NIC is the same as the MAC address of the physical NIC. This results in physical NICs not being reported as children of a NIC bonded to multiple physical NICs. Therefore, the relationship between a Windows Bonded NIC and its children cannot be reported in VirtualWisdom topology views or entity inventory pages.