Use the Asset Groups tab on the Assets view to add an asset to one or more asset groups.
If you do not see the asset group you are looking for, depending on your Administrator permissions, you can create it in the Asset Groups selection dialog. (You must have Security Policy Administrator permissions to create asset groups.
To create a new asset group from the Asset Groups selection dialog
Click Create New.
For more information on creating asset groups, see Adding an asset group.
Select the view of the asset's information you want to modify (General, Accounts, or Account Dependencies).
To view or export the details of each operation that has affected the selected asset, switch to the History tab.
"Other" platform details: Any "Other" platform type can be changed to different platform type. Conversely, any platform type can be changed to "Other", however, any property values specific to the current platform type will be lost. For example, you may want to change an "Other Linux" operating system to any type of Linux, such as AIX, HP-UX, or Solaris. Then, the specific platform type can be changed back to "Other", if needed.
The Asset Administrator can delete an asset even if there are active access requests.
Important: When you delete an asset, you also permanently delete all the Safeguard for Privileged Passwords accounts associated with the asset.
One Identity Safeguard for Privileged Passwords allows you to set up asset discovery jobs to run automatically against the directories or network (IP range) you have added to Safeguard for Privileged Passwords. For more information, see Asset discovery job workflow.
When an asset discovery job runs, Safeguard for Privileged Passwords adds the assets it finds to Assets. If Safeguard for Privileged Passwords cannot detect the operating system, it applies the "Other" or "Other Linux" operating system which you can modify later. For more information, see Modifying an asset.