Introducing Total Network Inventory 2, PC audit and software inventory management solution.
- 30 April 2013
Hello! The theme for our new update is: Pushing the limits of network discovery ...well, alright,...
- Microsoft Windows-based computers – NT 4 and newer. Scan technology Gathered data
- Linux-based assets. Scan technology Gathered data
- Apple Mac OS X-based computers. Scan technology Gathered data
- Any network devices that support SNMP protocol. Gathered data
What does it take?
Administrator password only. No preinstalling agents on the remote computers or any other preparations for a network audit. Install Total Network Inventory 2 on a single computer and you will possess the information about your whole network in a few minutes.
Really smart scanner
Just tell the program what you need to scan, and it starts to discover your network: finds all the nodes in IP range, shows the list of workgroup computers, and extracts the domain structure. Select the nodes, specify logins and passwords for single assets or groups, and click Start scan.
In just a few minutes, the scanning is done, and the gathered data is placed into the TNI 2 storage. Your PC and Mac inventory is ready to use.
Create a list of assets that you need to scan later or repeatedly and tell TNI when you want them scanned. Create complex temporal triggers using the scheduler:
You can create an unlimited number of scheduled tasks with different triggers. Keep your data up-to-date automatically!
TNI 2 storage is a regular folder on your hard drive. Each computer is represented there by a file about 35 KB in size. You can easily move these files to another storage or back them up. By sharing the storage folder, you can work with it from other computers.
Everything you need for hardware accounting
Attach notes, inventory numbers and additional text, as well as price and date fields to your computers. All of the data will be stored in a single place, always at hand. Hardware inventory has never been so easy and flexible.
Network at a glance
The network tree can display various data: network name, IP address, inventory number, icon and name of operating system, online status indicator, and much more. Total Network Inventory 2 automatically detects virtual systems and marks them. All of this data can be used for searching: if you know anything about a computer, you can find it among hundreds of others in a moment!
Keeping data organized
You can examine each scanned computer as if it was in front of you.
You will find detailed information on hardware, operating system, installed software, antiviruses, user accounts, etc., in the convenient categories of reports.
Include any number of computers and categories in a single report.
Report constructor allows for presenting any asset inventory data in a convenient and descriptive table. What data will appear in your reports is totally up to you.
Search results show up as you type in your request: don't waste mouse clicks!
Printing and exporting
Any report can be printed in a brief or full form, copied to a spreadsheet processor or exported to PDF, RTF, ODT, HTML, and other formats.
A single place for all software in the network
Installed applications from all scanned computers are put together to form one huge list. Finding one of them is done in a tick with the instant search.
For every software item, the number of found copies is known. A single click reveals a list of the actual computers that have it installed. The list of license keys is also there, naturally.
Groups, filters, tags
Make your software inventory management easier by tagging your applications, marking important items as Starred and hiding the ones you don't need to account for. Create groups manually or use your regular expression building skills to group software automatically. Use filters to limit the visible list to whatever you want to see at the moment.