Build number 7.0.8641
Network Discovery, a free plug-in component for Notification Server (the central piece of Symantec Management Platform), lets you discover all IP devices connected to your network. Network Discovery lets you find new network devices, identify previously discovered network devices that are no longer found, and find network devices whose discovery properties have changed.
The Network Discovery component is part of Symantec Management Platform 7.0 SP5. For a list of release notes for all SMP components, see DOC1956.
This document contains the following topics related specifically to the Network Discovery component of Symantec Management Platform:
This component is automatically installed with Symantec Management Platform. For installation information, see knowledgebase article 49812.
You can upgrade this product from 6x versions if you run the Symantec Installation Manager on a Notification Server 6x computer. To upgrade from the 6x version, you must first upgrade your 6x Notification Server to Symantec Management Platform 7.0 or later.
Installation and upgrade issues
The following issues are known issues related to installing and upgrading this product. If additional information about an issue is available, you can read that information by clicking the Article ID link.
The following are previous issues that were fixed in this release. If additional information about an issue is available, it will be explained in a separate article. Click the Article ID link for that additional information.
The following are things to know about in this release. If additional information about an issue is available, read it by clicking the Article ID link.
The following are known issues for this release. If additional information about an issue is available, read it by clicking the Article ID link.
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Extremely slow scanning when VMware protocol is enabled
Incorrect session attribute causes Network Discover to fail with HyperV
Network Discovery cannot discover HyperV servers.
This is a known issue with a simple workaround. This issue will be fixed in a subsequent release.