Total Network Inventory 2.2.3 Build 1527 Trial

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Total Network Inventory 2.2.3 Build 1527 Trial

Use this remote tool to gather information across your network and build a detailed inventory database in a simple and efficient manner

Total Network Inventory is a comprehensive utility designed to scan your entire network and retrieve information about all the hardware components found. Create a well structured, effortless, hassle-free inventory. The network inventory builder is able to query all network devices no matter how large or diverse your network is.  Total Network Inventory obtains essential information about each and every computer on your network in real-time including information on all service packs and hotfixes applied. The application will store and organize information, providing you with a comprehensive report on a chosen subject in just a few clicks. With Total Network Inventory, all information about your network equipment is right at your fingertips. Using Total Network Inventory, it’s easy to figure out the oldest computers on your network. Just run Total Network Inventory, let it scan your network, and click to generate a comprehensive network inventory report detailing equipment used in each and every PC on the LAN. Requirements: · CPU: 1000 MHz · RAM: 512 MB · HDD space: 30 MB + 0,35 MB per stored asset · Network: TCP/IP · Screen: 1280×1024 Limitations: · 60 days trial · Using the unregistered version, the maximum number of computers (network nodes) allowed to scan and manage is limited by 50 nodes. · Reports created by the program can be exported and printed, but some text is randomly substituted with the phrase TRIAL VERSION. What’s New  · · More Active Directory support: possibility to synchronize users and their data, as well as computers and OU hierarchy, manually or at startup. Users and computers which don’t exist in AD can be optionally removed. · · Active Directory OU structure can be recreated during domain scan: choose “Duplicate structure” in “Target folder” column. · · “Location” field for all assets. Can be retrieved for AD computers or SNMP devices, changed in Properties. Displayed in General information/Inventory. · · Possibility to skip assets that were already scanned recently enough. · · Possibility to loop a scan of a certain scan task. · · Possibility to add custom assets from file containing a list of IP addresses or hostnames. · · Full Unicode support. · · Windows computer scan (increase the percent of scanned computers with default settings). · · Online state monitoring for assets with dynamic IP addresses became faster. · · Only 10 basic ports are scanned by default (more friendly to the security software). It’s …

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