View your License Information
Required Tenable Vulnerability Management User Role: Basic, Scan Operator, Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator
Required Tenable Web App Scanning User Role: Basic, Scan Operator, Standard, Scan Manager, or Administrator
The License page contains information about your Tenable Vulnerability Management instance, including license and environment details. For more information about how licenses are counted or reclaimed, see Tenable Vulnerability Management Licenses and Tenable Web App Scanning Licenses. For information about license overages, see the Tenable Cloud Overage Process.
To view details about your Tenable Vulnerability Management instance and license:
In the upper-left corner, click the button.
The left navigation plane appears.
- Click Settings.
The Settings page appears.
Click the License tile.
The License page appears.
Widget Description Actions License Overview (90 Days)
The ring chart visualizes your licensed asset usage by product. The count next to the chart summarizes your licensed assets currently in use compared to your total licensed amount.
The counts to the right of the chart provide a more detailed asset count breakdown by:
Product license — The number of assets associated with each individual product license. For example, if you have a Tenable.ep license, you see a count for your licensed assets currently in use and platform-specific counts for each contributing Tenable Vulnerability Management product.
Discovered Assets — The number of discovered assets (not assessed) within the last 90 days.
Click the widget to view the licensed assets in the Assets plane for further analysis or to configure scanning for discovered assets. Licensed Assets By Scan Source (90 Days) The number of licensed assets by scan source. Click a row in the table to view the licensed assets in the Assets plane, filtered by scan source. License Expiration The type of license, the amount of time remaining on the license, and the expiration date for the license. None. Environment Information
Information about the region in which your Tenable Vulnerability Management container resides and its container ID. Additionally, this widget contains information about your Tenable Vulnerability Management plugin set and the last time the plugins were updated.
Tip: Your site is a geographical location that corresponds with your region. You can provide this information directly to Tenable Support when reporting a potential issue.