Scanning Remote Computers
There are no exhausting preparations needed in order to get your PC audit up and running: just install Total Network Inventory 6 on one computer and that’s it—you’re good to go. Define a list of separate network nodes or IP-ranges or connect the scanner to an Active Directory domain. Next, specify the administrator’s password and call it done after clicking Start scan! In a few short minutes you’ll own data on all your Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and FreeBSD computers as well as network devices.
Network Audit Database
All the data is stored in a separate folder on your hard drive, where you’ll find a small file for every network device that you’ve scanned. This structure is designed for the easy moving, sharing, or archiving of your inventory data. You can group your computers, attach comments, and inventory numbers or all kinds of other information to them.
Flexible And Powerful Reporting
Nothing beats the simplicity of building a report in TNI 6. Select a set of computers in your storage and click the report that you need for your software and hardware audit. You’ll get full, detailed data, ready to be printed, exported, or further processed. You can even design a complex report yourself by choosing objects and fields of interest. No matter how big, any report can be quickly delved into thanks to the instant search feature.
Easy Software And Licenses Audit
TNI 6 software inventory tool will show you all the software installed on your network: what version is present, what computers have them, how many copies are found, and whether your licenses actually allow that many. License keys for some applications will be scanned automatically, and you’re completely free to manually specify them for the rest. By the use of the filters, tags, grouping, search, and software tracking feature, you can be sure to never overlook anything.
The scan scheduler allows you to optimize the collection of new data in your network. Create a list of devices that you want to scan repeatedly or a bit later, select the date and time, and the network inventory scanner will do the rest. Scan different sets of assets at different times and keep your inventory up-to-date. Set up automatic network inventory in just a few clicks!
Detect Any Changes
PC inventory often includes tracking of any hardware and software changes that occur in the enterprise network. Each time you rescan a device, TNI creates a new configuration snapshot for it. The Change log compares these snapshots and presents you with a comprehensive list of everything that was added, removed or changed. Thus, our computer inventory software allows you to keep each asset of your organization updated and under control.
Visualize Your Network On A Map
Create a single map or split your network into many segments and levels, for different company sites, office floors or other purposes. Drag and drop assets and groups from the storage onto your map, arrange them the way you want and render the network structure using links of various types. Load any images onto your map or spawn preset shapes and rotate or modify them to your heart’s content. For example, you can make the shape an outline or fill it with any color you like and choose the transparency level. If the objects are overlapping, our network auditing tool allows you to bring objects to the fore or hide them behind others. The map size is not limited.
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