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As Protect is not intended as a network managment tool, this is not something for which we can provide a best practice. If you have a distinct method of adding new machines to you environment, you could become involved in the change management communications such that you are made aware of any additions. If machines are added to a particular set of OUs within the AD infrastructure, you could perform regular scans of said OUs in order to identify any machines which have been added. If you utilize DHCP, you can perform regular scans of an appropriate IP range, or set of ranges, in order to identify any connected machines.