Absolute Extended Connector

Oomnitza's Absolute Extended Connector allows organizations to pull device information from Absolute Devices and populate it in Oomnitza.

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Absolute Devices Extended Connector

Setup

Details on setting up Oomnitza Extended Connectors can be found in Oomnitza's Articles on Connector Setup.

Note: In addition to the standard fields entered during setup, you'll also need your Absolute API Domain. The URL you use to access the Absolute APIs depends on which URL you use to access the Absolute console:

  • If you use https://cc.absolute.com to access the console, use the following URL to access the API: api.absolute
  • If you use https://cc.us.absolute.com to access the console, use the following URL to access the API: api.us.absolute
  •  If you use https://cc.eu2.absolute.com to access the console, use the following URL to access the API: api.eu2.absolute

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Authentication

Absolute REST API uses Signed Request authentication, which requires generating an API Token in Absolute, then retrieving a Token ID and Secret Key from that token. Instructions from Absolute on this process can be found here. Credentials for Absolute should be added to The Oomnitza Vault

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Standard Mappings

The following fields can be mapped from Absolute Devices using Oomnitza's User Interface. For more information on creating Extended Connector Mappings, please see our article on Mapping Extended Connectors.

  • Account Uid
  • Agent Status
  • Agent Version
  • Available Physical Ram Megabytes
  • Avp Information Antivirus Data Received UTC
  • Avp Information Antivirus Name
  • Avp Information Antivirus Version
  • Battery ID
  • CPU ID
  • Chassis Type
  • Current Username
  • Device ID
  • Disk Size MB
  • Display ID
  • ESN
  • Geo Status Calc Status
  • Geo Status Feature Type
  • Geo Status Is Enabled
  • Is Stolen
  • Keyboard ID
  • Last Connected UTC
  • Last Updated UTC
  • Local IP
  • Network Adapter Megabytes
  • OS Architecture
  • OS Edition
  • OS Edition ID
  • OS Last Boot Time
  • OS Manufacturer
  • OS Name
  • OS Version
  • Platform OS Type
  • Pointing Device ID
  • Public IP
  • Serial Number
  • Sound ID
  • System Integrity Protection Status
  • System Manufacturer
  • System Model
  • System Name
  • Time Zone
  • Total Physical Ram MB
  • Username

Custom Mappings

Additional fields may be available through Absolute Devices. For details on how to retrieve them, please reach out to support@oomnitza.com or see our article on Mapping Extended Connectors.

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