The Settings Asset Connectors page is used to define explicit connectors that can be assigned to Assets via association with Asset Classes.
The Asset Connectors page is used to define explicit connectors that can be assigned to Assets via association with Asset Classes.
Asset Connectors are URLs that allow you to easily click through from an Asset page and engage other behavior related to that Asset. Examples include (but aren’t limited to):
Launch an RDP session from a PC Asset in Panel
Launch a VNC session from a PC Asset in Panel
Open the web page of a printer from a Printer asset in Panel
Launch a Putty session to SSH into a Switch Asset from Panel
Launch a Remote Control session from a PC Asset over Splashtop (or TeamViewer, or RustDesk, or any of the other supported platforms)
Use Asset Connectors by:
Defining the Asset Connector
Linking the Asset Connector to one or more Asset Groups
Click the Asset Connector that has been enabled on an Asset that belongs to the associated Asset Group
Define Asset Connectors
Define an Asset Connector by clicking the new Asset Connector button and following the simple examples.
Link Asset Connector to Asset Group so they show up on Assets
Link a defined Asset Connector to an Asset Group the same way you link a Modifier to an Asset Group.
Use an Asset Connector from an Asset
Asset Connectors can be launched from an individual Asset via the Connect button. Note: You will NOT see a Connect button unless the Asset has an Asset Connector available.