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What is Open-AudIT?

Opmantek's Open-AudIT is an application to tell you exactly what is on your network, how it is configured and when it changes.

News

 

Blog Posts

Release Notes and Errata.

 

NOTE - As at 2018-12-18 (and now release 2.3.2) , we now have initial code for PHP 7.2 compatibility. This means Ubuntu 18.04 support will be forthcoming for the next release. If you have a support contract and absolutely require Ubuntu 18.04 support ASAP, please do contact Opmantek.

 



Using this Documentation

Below you will find documentation details. To get started, please review the section "Getting Started" and don't forget about the user forums at http://www.open-audit.org. 

More information about Opmantek and our products and services available on our website. 

With the release of Open-AudIT 2.x the GUI has been reorganized into three main concepts:

  1. Discover - Getting device information into Open-AudIT.
  2. Report - Reporting on the information you have collected.
  3. Manage - Managing collections of items.

The documentation has been updated to reflect this change, it each of those sections, three further sections have been included:

  • HowTo - How to get something done in Open-AudIT
  • About - How things work in Open-AudIT
  • Collections - The nitty-gritty details of things in Open-AudIT

Installing Open-AudIT

About Open-AudIT

Getting Started

These detailed guides, webinars, and blogs break down configuring Open-AudIT into manageable tasks and sub-tasks. These guides are designed to be followed after you have installed Open-AudIT and confirmed it is operating. Please refer to the Getting Started page for more information.


Discover

Getting device information into Open-AudIT.


Report

Reporting on the information you have collected.


Manage

Managing collections of items.

How-To - General

About - General

Collections - General

Collections - Users


Administration

Supporting documentation about the Open-AudIT application itself.

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