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-**proVconnect** allows tags to be applied to devices to make grouping easier. By default, the tags are numbered 1 thru 5. Tags can be given a friendly name via the [[manager_options:​personalize|Personalize]] menu. +**Xcalibur W** allows tags to be applied to devices to make grouping easier. By default, the tags are numbered 1 thru 5. Tags can be given a friendly name via the [[manager_options:​personalize|Personalize]] menu. 
  
 From the device **Single View**, select **Agent Administration** > **Inventory Tags**. From the device **Single View**, select **Agent Administration** > **Inventory Tags**.
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 |{{:tip.png |}} Please note that the tags can also be provided by a DHCP Server. For further details, please refer to [[:​dhcp_scope_options|DHCP Scope Options]].| |{{:tip.png |}} Please note that the tags can also be provided by a DHCP Server. For further details, please refer to [[:​dhcp_scope_options|DHCP Scope Options]].|
  
-  * **Calculated** - **proVconnect**’s powerful dynamic grouping technology lets administrators apply dynamic tags based on query results. **proVconnect** can run DOS or WMIC commands on the target device(s), gather the generated values, and use those values to populate a dynamic tag field. This allows dynamic groups based on, say, the time zone or display resolution of the remote devices.+  * **Calculated** - **Xcalibur W**’s powerful dynamic grouping technology lets administrators apply dynamic tags based on query results. **Xcalibur W** can run DOS or WMIC commands on the target device(s), gather the generated values, and use those values to populate a dynamic tag field. This allows dynamic groups based on, say, the time zone or display resolution of the remote devices.
  
 In the example below, we query for the v**ersion of the installed OS**. In the example below, we query for the v**ersion of the installed OS**.
manage_devices/groups_and_device_grouping/use_tags.txt · Last modified: 2018/02/03 18:23 by wpwiki