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Windows 10 Computers not Showing in Inventory

We have over 20 new Windows 10 computers that were installed probably 2 months ago..  On the Kace, 1000 under Inventory Devices, if I search by IP, I see the old computer name, not the new computer name.  Why wouldn't it be showing the new computers?  Should I delete the old ones?  Thanks!

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  • i had a problem like that, i used "gpupdate /force" on the cmd and the problem was solved. - Joser 2 years ago
  • We have the same issue. Will try the cmd prompt. Thanks. - meganejohnson 2 years ago

Answers (3)

Posted by: DaveMT 2 years ago
4th Degree Black Belt
1
They should auto update reflecting the new OS. What version of KACE are you running?
I would suggest checking the C:\ProgramData\Quest\KACE\amp.conf file to ensure it is populated.
You can also either manually or use group policy to have each PC run a script to retrust the system with the KACE server ("C:\Program Files (x86)\Quest\KACE\amptools.exe retrust") followed by an amptools restart.
Posted by: akmagnum 2 years ago
Red Belt
0

Have you installed the agent on the new win 10installation?

Is Machine the Showing online when you search by IP ?


Posted by: Janet 2 years ago
White Belt
0
Just because I see other people having this problem and it might help them (and please don't laugh), I figured out why I was not seeing my new computers.  I had exceeded the maximum number of devices.  Once I deleted some old devices, it began discovering the new computers.  Thanks for everyone's comments! 

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