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  1. Exclude virtual cluster and OU from discovery

    Please add the ability in discoveries to:
    - exclude OU's
    - exclude Virtual Cluster resource

    154 votes
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  2. Add Windows 10 Build Subversion "UBR" collection to the default HINV classes

    The UBR registry key is responsible for displaying the subversion of a Windows 10 build to the end-user. For example 14393.*** where *** is the UBR string. If this is added to the HINV list of default classes this will allow for administrators to retrieve this information!

    This is located in: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion

    UBR REG_DWORD

    This will help administrators differentiate what intermediate builds of Windows 10 they have install and also support patch management because they can easily compare the released patches to the subversion build each month.

    60 votes
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  3. Allow exclusion of OU's from Active Directory User and System Discovery

    Have the ability to include/exclude certain OU's from both Active Directory User and System Discovery.

    E.G. I might have an "All Users and Groups" OU at the root domain level, which may contain sub OU's containing service accounts or mailbox accounts etc. that I don't want being picked up by discovery. The ability to pick which sub OU's to discover/not discover would be really handy in this scenario. The same applies for system/computer discovery also.

    45 votes
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  4. os discovery

    It would be great if we could exclude certain OS's from discovery. I have over 5500 machines in my DB that I couldn't care less about but they reside in an OU where I have machines I do care about.

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