The asset scan does not generate a result that is viewable in the "Results" area, however, you can view the information from the asset scan by going to Machine View, then click on the system and go to the Software Assets or Hardware Assets tab below this.
This Help article within Protect will be good to take a look at:
Help > Help > Contents > Common Tasks > Using Machine View > Using the Middle Pane > Viewing Hardware Asset Summaries
Yes I can see that now but I need to scan the entire network and create a report on the hardware and software used.
And do I need a licnese for the Asset scnning (help file alluded to needing one). If I go to Machine View I see all the groups
I created. Not individual machines.
If you see it by the group in machine view you just need to click the ">" symbol next to each group to expand them to see individual machines. Either that, or drag the 'Machine Name' column to the far left to have it sorted by machine name rather than grouping.
You do not need any additional licensing to use the asset scanning feature.
No, I don't see it. I understand in the right hand pane if you click the > you can see computers in that group.
I get that. I ran a scan of all computers in the domain and if (in the right hand pane) I select all the machines I don't see any assets
other than the one I did by itself before that. If I select an individual machine in the group i see no assets.
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If you highlight each of them individually to view the asset results does it have anything? It sounds like only the one machine actually completed the asset scan successfully.
Also, it might help to hit the Refresh button at the top in Machine View.