email@example.comI've attached a real basic sample - this sample is missing a few of the 'connector lines' for some reason. The names that show up in the green 'bubbles' are the Kaseya machine names (formatted a bit to display as we want them).
firstname.lastname@example.orgAs to your question about switches/printers/etc we are doing a lot of that manually still. Like you, SNMP has been a real pain to reliably implement. Here's hoping K2 might make that process easier.
email@example.comHow can I make my own now?
Much appreciated shared. Thanks.
PS did you ever notice that little guy that you used for your server doesnt look very happy?
firstname.lastname@example.orgBTW, I'm pretty sure I got the basic visio template somewhere online, perhaps from Microsoft's template library:
Yeah, I hear you on the macros. I went back and looked at the one I recorded for this project - it does rely on certain things being uniform - like the agent naming convention for example. I did a lot of iterations of that macro until I had it manipulating the data exactly as I wanted. It's one of those things that when you click 'record macro' you want to make sure you've memorized the keystrokes and mouse clicks exactly how you want them to run.