Using Asset Tracking¶
When you first activate Threat Defender in your network, the automatic discovery of assets (see Asset Setting) is enabled by default. This means, Threat Defender automatically learns the MAC addresses of the detected devices in the network and creates individual assets for them in the internal database. While automatic asset discovery is active, Threat Defender creates a new database entry whenever it sees an unknown device in the network.
Asset tracking requires an active license. The maximum number of tracked assets depends on the selected license.
The following examples show you how to maintain your asset database and how to restrict access for newly discovered assets.
For further information on the Inventory menu, see Inventory.