What's New - October 2019

Docusnap Connect in the Data Explorer

With the October release Docusnap Connect has received a powerful extension. If it was previously used as an interface to third-party programs, the package definitions can now also be used in Docusnap itself. The created packages are created below each client and can therefore be used immediately by all clients without further adaptation. In addition, these Connect Packages can be transferred into IT concepts via Drag & Drop. You can find out exactly how this works in the new HowTo Docusnap Connect.

Extension of the ADS computer account data

In just 5 minutes, find out if you're still running old Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 devices that expire in January 2020. By extending the ADS computer account data, you can quickly see if all your devices are up to date.

New Scan Module Amazon Web Services (AWS)

You have recently hosted your data in the Amazon Cloud, but still don't want to lose track? With our brand new scan engine for Amazon Web Services (AWS) you can also inventory and document this data in Docusnap quality. Keep track of virtual systems (EC2), access management (IAM), storage (S3), databases (RDS) and batch management functions (Batch). Our new HowTo Inventory of Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides you with detailed information.

Improvements to physical infrastructure

We have also revised our popular administration of the Physical Infrastructure in order to make your work even more comfortable and faster. For example, you can now easily transfer the shapes you have created to other Docusnap databases and reuse them.

Improved visualization of Topology and VLAN Plans

With the October release of Docusnap we have succeeded in making the topology and VLAN plans even clearer and more performant.

Best Practice Extensions

Our consultants have actively collected your suggestions and wishes and incorporated them into the new release. This has resulted in the following helpful reports and enhancements:

  • The Software Search report allows you to view systems on which a particular piece of software is either installed or not.
  • The GUI of the physical infrastructure has been extended by a port assignment overview.
  • There is now both a report and a view that displays all databasesacross all SQL Servers.
  • All roles and server roles of the systems and the associated services can now be displayed in one view.
  • The report Exchange Overview presents the most important information about Exchange servers in a compact form.
  • The Windows Server Compact Overview summarizes information from all Windows servers and can be easily exported to Microsoft Excel.
  • The ADS Changes Report gives a quick overview of what has changed in the Active Directory since the last scan.