Sometimes it is necessary to have a look at the components, which are attached to your network. The NetEye-Discovery, based on NeDi, is the right tool for this (see prior post). It discovers your network and all “nodes” attached to your network devices. However, sometimes it is not enough to just have the MAC Address or IP and eventually also the DNS name (if the IP’s are correctly managed in DNS) of your nodes. It may be handy to see also the type of node and eventually what OS is installed on it. The advantage here is that in this way you can easily compare the data obtained from NeDi with existing data within your asset management or your CMDB.
The new 1.8.0 version of Safed enables the collection of log events from Applications and Services Logs (custom EventLogs). An example of custom log collection configuration is shown in the following screenshot.
In the custom dropdown list the registered Applications and Services Logs are shown. The same list can be seen using the Windows Event Viewer in the control tree.
The neteye-plugins package has been updated with this fixes: