You can click Systems in the Resources menu to display the list of servers and network devices and view the following information for all systems:
- Name is the unique name you use to identify the system.
- DNS Name/IP address is the fully-qualified domain name or IP address defined for the system in DNS.
- Type specifies the type of system as a UNIX, Windows, Generic SSH, Cisco IOS, Cisco NX-OS, HP NonStop, Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS, IBM i, Check Point Gaia, F5 Networks BIG-IP, VMware VMkernel, Cisco AsyncOS, or Juniper Junos OS system.
- Last Test Result displays nothing if the last health check for the system was successful. A health check is performed when Test connection is selected from the Actions menu, when a system is added, and when a user logs on to a system using Privileged Access Service. If the system health check failed for any reason—for example, because the port used to check system health is blocked or a network connection to the system is not available—the column displays Unreachable or Unknown.
- Last Test displays the date and time of the last system health check. A health check is performed when Test connection is selected from the Actions menu, when a system is added, and when a user logs on to a system using Privileged Access Service.
- Discovered displays a time stamp, if the system was added during the discovery process. The time stamp indicates the time the system was added. If the system was added using a different method, such as manually or using the import process, nothing is displayed.
For more information about working with the Systems list, see the following topics: