AssetTrack allows you to track any kind of fixed asset from IT equipment to vehicles, furniture, artwork, and anything else on which you can stick a barcode tag. To make it easier to access your asset information, your assets can be grouped by Asset Type.
Before you start using AssetTrack, add some of the most commonly used Asset Types in your environment using the Management Console. You can add additional Asset Types later.
Some examples are provided below to help get you started.
If you are only tracking IT hardware, you can set up a basic flat Asset Type list like the one below.
If you are tracking a more complex set of assets, say, IT Equipment, Furniture and Vehicles, and need to separate entire classes of asset types from one another, then a more complex hierarchy is in order.
The following is an example of a "two level" asset type hierarchy:
If you need to set up a multi-level Asset Type hierarchy like the one above, see Managing Asset Types for instructions on how to do this . The section below will walk you through creating a basic flat Asset Type list.
To add Asset Types:
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