Extending the Hardware Asset Management Import with new (custom) classes

Stoyan_ChalakovStoyan_Chalakov Customer IT Monkey ✭
Hi Guys,

appologies if I am asking a question that has already been answered, I tried looking for an answer first, but didn't find one that states this clear enough.
I have created a solution that syncs Desktop Monitors from SCCM (they are first inventoried from SCCM). The CIs have their own class that derives from the System.ConfigItem class, but as such are not synced by the Hardware Asset Sync Workflow. One solution would be creating a PowerShell workflow that does the sync and populates all properties on the HA side. Is there another option here? Customizing the workflow (extending the app) to include custom classes?

Big thanks in advance!
Regards!

Answers

  • Justin_WorkmanJustin_Workman Cireson Support Super IT Monkey ✭✭✭✭✭
    You should be able to use an Asset Import connector to get your Monitors into SCSM.  You can point it at the SCCM database to get the info you need.
  • Stoyan_ChalakovStoyan_Chalakov Customer IT Monkey ✭
    edited December 2018
    Hi Justin,
    I haven't thought of this, but it would save me tons of work if I manage to get it working. 
    I am currently creating an ID with:

    MonitorID = "MON{0}"

    Any idea, how to create those over the Asset Import connector?

    Regards,
    Stoyan
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