IT Glue was designed to help you load most network devices through a PSA or RMM integration, rather than manually entering each and every device. In the most common set up, the RMM agents are deployed, and later on the RMM device data pushes to your PSA, and then from your PSA to IT Glue. However, there can still be a few printers, virtual servers, and other agentless devices to be manually entered.
- To know how to get a new client set up, make sure you read our Overview of client onboarding steps article.
- Make sure the client organization and all of the device information you want brought over from external data sources have propagated to IT Glue. If any device names are wrong or duplicated, they're usually best fixed from the original source.
IT Glue has a two-way integration with ConnectWise and Autotask. This means you can add a configuration from within IT Glue to also add the configuration to your PSA.
If you are two-way syncing, the workflow has these simple steps:
- Verify that the configuration has not already been entered in the system. Use the search field at the top of any screen.
- Navigate to the organization that the device belongs to.
- From the Configurations list view, click + New.
- For each device, you can capture the following information:
- Serial Number
- Primary IP
- [Warranty] Expiration Date (check manufacturer's website)
- MAC Address
- Default Gateway
- Interfaces (secondary NICs, additional IP addresses, management ports)
- When you're done, click Save.
After you save it, the same configuration will be immediately added to your PSA if the configuration type and status are set to sync.
- In order to preserve integrity with PSA and RMM integrations, the configuration form and fields are hard coded in IT Glue. You can create custom flexible assets to capture more information, or you have three places in a configuration to add more information:
- Notes field - e.g. switch port usage notes
- Attachments - e.g. PDFs, manuals, config files
- Related Items - e.g. documents, directly connected devices
- Servers (physical, backup, virtual hosts, virtual guests)
- Switches, routers
- Storage devices (SAN, NAS)
- Wireless access points
- Printers, scanners
- PBX devices
- Security camera controllers
- UPS devices
- Mobile devices (Optional)
- Any other device with an IP address
- Devices that need to be controlled and managed but that do not have IP addresses, such as a display, camera, security panel/alarm, or back up power supply