Here you can see an overview of data collected from VMware ESXi assets.

ESX is a far more generic Linux system compared to ESXi, and it’s scanned by the same Linux agent as other Linux systems. That’s why you can find the list of data collected from ESX systems in the Linux section.

The list is far from complete. If you are looking for particular information that you can’t find here, please contact our tech support.

Some data can only be collected when certain utilities are installed on the target system. If these utilities are not found, an entry describing which data could not be collected and ways to fix the problem will be included in the report in the Common reports mode.


  • System
    • Computer parameters, motherboard and BIOS, memory slots.
  • CPU
    • Name and manufacturer, clock speed, number of cores, socket designation, cache memory, etc.
  • System memory
    • Physical memory size.
    • RAM units: capacity, type, form factor, bank label, locator.
  • Storage details
    • Hard disk drives: model, interface, number of partitions, size, firmware revision.
    • Logical partitions: label, file system, size, free/used, mount point.
  • Network
    • Network adapters: name and manufacturer, MAC address, IP address/subnet/gateway, BSD device name, type.
  • Peripheral devices
    • USB devices: name and manufacturer, speed.
  • Devices
    • Devices divided into types; their names and flags.


  • Operating system
    • Name, architecture, description, uptime.
  • Software
    • Name, publisher, version, install date.
  • Security
    • Firewall rules.
  • Virtual machines
    • ID, guest OS type, total size, storage size, state, config file, hardware compatibility, description, memory, processors, HDD details, CD/DVD details, network adapter details.


  • Environment variables
  • Processes
    • Name, command line, process ID.
  • User accounts
    • Name, full name, ID, group, home directory, shell.