The FusionInventory Agent maintainers are proud to announce the 2.3.21 release.

You can download sources or dedicated installer from the our github releases page:

See download instructions for details.

Since last 2.3.20 release, many bug fixes and enhancements have been accumulated, such as:

  • Deploy task bumped as v2.4 has some improvements:
    • a new audit check for win32 (registry value not equal)
    • it introduces the user interaction support for win32 based on WTS API. This features will require the upcoming GLPI 9.2 and Fusioninventory plugin on server-side.
  • Few virtualization/container fixes and updates
  • NetDiscovery/NetInventory tasks has also been really improved:
    • device mac discovery handles more generic cases
    • SNMP fields support is even safer now
    • LLDP detection has been impoved by ddurieux
    • duplicated mac case has been fixed by ddurieux
    • “no result” reporting is now completed with the reason
  • win32 software inventory is fixed while running 2 times inventory in a run with tasks parameter
  • pci & usb included databases are updated
  • dmidecode v3.1 is still used in windows installer
  • windows installer is still based on perl 5.24.1, thanks to tabad
  • program will now appear as fusioninventory-agent in the process list, even under win32:
    • under unix, this will include the tag if defined
    • under unix, the currently running task will also be set in the process command line
  • some erros will now be more comprehensive
  • fusioninventory-injector:
    • now returns the right exit code if something goes wrong
    • support also xml file extension
  • and many more…

A big notice for Lenovo computer users, the model name is now the commercial name instead of a technical designation.

Check the Changes file for more details.

Don’t forget we have recently open a Userecho suggestion site where you can want to submit your ideas or whishes for the future of FusionInventory agent and/or plugin for GLPI.

Don’t hesitate to participate by voting or even put your 2 cents !

Still many thanks to all our community, users and contributors !