Total Network Inventory 1.6.0 Build 1281
Author: Softinventive Lab
Operation System: Windows All
Size: 12.7 MB
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Total Network Inventory descriptionAn Asset Management and Tracking application for home, office, and large scale enterprise networksTotal Network Inventory is an Asset Management and Tracking application for home, office, and large scale enterprise networks.
Total Network Inventory is a tool that interrogates all computers in a network and reports back with complete information about OS, service packs, hotfixes, hardware, software, running processes, etc. on remote machines.
This information is added to the centralized database and adminstrators are able to generate reports about each or all machines on a network. The program is agent-free and requires no software installed on remote machines.
Total Network Inventory will collect the following information about each machine:
· Processor type and frequency, current clock speed, external clock, multiplier, description, manufacturer, CPU status, socket designation, etc.
· Motherboard name and manufacturer, chassis name and manufacturer, BIOS information, system and memory slots, ports, etc.
· Memory size and memory modules.
· Monitor and video adapter details.
· Name, size, type of all hard disk drives, CD, floppy and removable drives, and details about all logical disks.
· Sound device, video and audio codecs.
· Network adapter name, IP-addresses and MAC-addresses, DHCP, DNS and WINS settings, etc.
· Name, type and settings of printers.
· Name and type of modems.
· All system devices list.
· Operating System name, type, version, build, serial number, etc.
· Service packs and hotfixes.
· Software installed on individual machines.
· Contents of ‘Program files’ folder.
· Autorun applications starting from autorun folder and from registry.
· Name and version of antivirus software.
· Database engines.
· Environment variables.
· All visible and hidden shared resources.
· All running processes.
Be in Control of Your Network
Inventory machines on a corporate network as if you were sitting in front of them!
Total Network Inventory can scan ALL machines for a broad range of information and keep this information in a centralized database.
In a separate window you can look at such information as Computer Name
, Registered User, Organization, Workgroup/domain, IP-address, Setup date (which is date of first computer scan by default, but can be changed to the date of actual computer installation if needed), Time of last scan (‘Last updated’), User name.
In addition to the collected information, you can add extra inventory information about each machine and its user. For example, you can specify such categories as Inventory Number (the number generator is provided), and add some additional notes.
You can also add the information related to the user of the machine and specify user real name, department, position, phone, e-mail, etc. This adds clarity to the network inventory process.
Total Network Inventory has been designed with the user in mind, which is reflected in its interface that provides quick and unobtrusive navigation through the program.
Total Network Inventory starts to a Welcome window with six large, image-coded buttons: ‘Run Scan Wizard’, ‘Scan this PC’, ‘Show Main Window’, ‘Scan Other PC’, ‘Visit product homepage’, and ‘View help contents’.
Depending on what you want to do, you simply click on the required button and immediately find yourself in that section of the program.
The main window of the program is divided into three areas. In the left area, there is a tree that displays all scanned machines on a network. A click on a machine in that tree returns the information about it displayed in the large central area of the main window.
The ‘Categories’ menu, floating in the right area of the interface, lets you quickly choose a topic to view in the central area (hardware, software, etc.). On top of the main window, there is a toolbar with all main commands, including ‘Scan Wizard’, ‘Rescan’, ‘Report Builder’, etc. The main window is free from needless features and therefore very comfortable to work with.
Clicking on the ‘Run Scan Wizard’ button in the Welcome window or on the toolbar starts the wizard that will quickly walk you through the five steps of the scan configuration. There are two types of scan available: Immediate Online Scan and Logon Script Scan.
The latter type gives you an opportunity to add a call to the standalone computer scan program to users’ domain logon script, so you will be able to collect information about each computer which is logging on to the domain using specified logon script.
The wizard will also prompt you to choose the method of computer discovery, which can be either through network places overview or by specifying a range of IP addresses to scan. The scan is fast and takes a few minutes.
Total Network Inventory comes with a Report Builder, which lets you generate reports with a few clicks of a button. Reports are great because they present the information about networked machines in an easy to read and understand manner. Report Builder allows you to generate a report on any topic that interests you (‘Single category report’).
For example, you can create a report with the information about a network adapter, IP-addresses, MAC-addresses, DHCP, DNS and WINS settings for any number of computers. Besides, in ‘Multiple category report’ mode you can create brief reports on any combination of topics for any number of computers.
Sometimes reports take several pages to read. It may be difficult to find some particular data on several pages. For such cases, Report Builder offers a ‘Find’ option that enables you to specify a text string to search for in a report and when it is found a report is automatically scrolled down to that string.
Among other conveniences, there is an ability to scale a report to make it bigger or smaller, which allows you to view it in the size comfortable for your eyesight.
You can print reports to paper for offline viewing or view them on-screen. Report Builder can export reports to one of these formats: TXT, RTF, CSV, or HTML for further analysis.
With reports generated in Total Network Inventory, you get an up-to-the-moment overview of all networked machines and their content any time you need it right at your fingertips!
· 30 days trial
· 25 nodes scannig maximum
· Doesn't allow to open, save or print reports.