Discovery classification parameters Each type of Discovery classify probe (Windows, UNIX, SNMP, etc.) returns a unique set of parameters that contains classification information. Any of the supported parameters can be used as configurable criteria for classifying devices that Discovery finds. The tables in this page define the available parameters for each classification. Discovery also provides a way to classify devices it finds when no credentials are available. Discovery for IP addresses makes certain assumptions about devices and the applications running on those devices from the ports that it finds open. Classification parameters for this type of Discovery are generated differently from scans in which credentials are available. See Forming Parameters for IP Address Scanning for details. Create classification criteria for a Discovery definitionTo add criteria to a Classification record, navigate to Discovery Definition > Classification > <type> and click New in the Classification Criteria related list.UNIX parametersThe UNIX parameters define the characteristics of several types of computers, such as Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX, communicating with SSH protocol, version 2.Windows Discovery classification parametersWindows parameters identify Windows computers communicating with the WMI protocol.SNMP parametersThe SNMP parameters can define the characteristics of several types of devices, such as routers, switches, and printers.Process parametersProcess parameters identify processes such as those used by LDAP, Apache Server, and JBoss Server.Discovery classification for IP address scanningClassification is available for the IP Addresses Discovery type and returns information about CIs (Scan CI) and applications running on CIs (Scan Application).Form parameters for IP address scanningThe syntax for creating parameters is derived from the fields returned by the Shazzam probe when conducting a Discovery for IP addresses.