Airnet Systems Assessment Tool
Prerequisite Information Form

Please carefully review these instructions prior to submitting the form to schedule your ASAT.

The ASAT configuration process usually takes between 30 minutes to an hour to get things started. It is agentless and self-running. 

There are a few critical prerequisites for this process to be successful:

  1. A Windows workstation/server is required to run the ASAT Tool.

  2. Ports to be opened for the tool (Note: all network traffic stays local, no public connectivity is needed except to download the installer from Airnet’s website.):

    • TCP Port 135 (Microsoft Endpoint Mapper)

    • TCP Port 139 and 445 (NetBIOS Name Service and AD Service)

    • UDP Ports 137 and 138 (NetBIOS Datagram Service)

  3. Windows Firewall may require a specific exception for the data collection if Firewall is active.

  4. WMI/Remote Registry enabled.

  5. You will need AD domain admin-level credentials for the domain/machines being scanned.

  6. You will need either SQL Windows credentials or SQL Native credentials for any SQL servers you would like to be scanned.

  7. You will need SSH credentials, with root level permissions, if Unix/Linux machines will be included in the assessment (that are not AD-connected).

Complete the form below to schedule your ASAT.

*required fields

Name *
Direct Phone *
Direct Phone
Please note, most valuable data is produced by assessments of the entire environment.
Do you have backup storage attached to any of your servers? *
Do you require redundancy or high availability? *
Are you interested in using Azure for Disaster Recovery (DR)? *
Will you take advantage of hybrid use? *
Are your server operating systems primarily Windows, Linux, or a Combination? *
Please Note: The primary technical contact must be a domain administrator.
Primary Technical Contact *
Primary Technical Contact
Primary Tech Contact Phone Number *
Primary Tech Contact Phone Number

Contact Information:

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