You can generate a rescan file for the device(s) to be scanned. This can be done using a rescan file generated via the Movere Portal, or a custom rescan file.
Movere can use a custom rescan file to target a specific segment of devices. Any custom rescan file must be in .csv format and contain two columns:
The devicename column is the value Movere uses to target the endpoint. This could be shortname, longname or IP address.
IMPORTANT: There must be one carriage return after the final entry in a rescan file. If Movere throws an error message when attempting the rescan file, confirm that the format described above is followed and there is only one carriage return at the end of the file. If the rescan file contains no carriage return or more than one carriage return, the rescan will fail.
If running the rescan from the console (Windows rescans only), save the custom rescan file as a .csv or .txt file in the root folder of the Movere Console:
If running the rescan from a command line (Windows or Linux rescans), place the .csv or .txt file into the DevicesToRescan folder:
IMPORTANT: Only one rescan file can be used at a time; Movere does not support running a single rescan with multiple rescan files. Furthermore, Movere cannot scan Windows and Linux devices from the same rescan file. In order to rescan Windows and Linux systems with a rescan file, a separate file must be created for each system type and a separate rescan run for each system. Linux rescans must be run from the command line, and Windows rescans can be run from either the Console or the command line.