Today Total Network Inventory has been updated to version 5.6.0 with several new features and major improvements.
Processor and RAM obsolescence charts
Two new summary charts help you quickly assess your legacy processor fleet, your PC’s RAM, and identify devices in need of an upgrade.
TNI is now able to collect additional information on processors:
- Release year
- Windows 11 support
This will help you get even more accurate reports on your PCs readiness to upgrade to Windows 11.
Faster import of new device snapshots
Let’s look under the hood: in the new version, updating information about …
Yes, the Total Software Deployment update is here. What a surprise!
We don’t update TSD often, and for good reason: the software performs well, quite efficiently, and is stable.
However, time does not stand still, and some things need to be upgraded. They are an updated scanning agent from the Total Network Inventory and a new installer that allows you to install software in one click, synchronization with the Active Directory was also improved.
The complete list of improvements and fixes:
- ImprovedThe main libraries and the scanning agent were updated and fixed.
- ImprovedEasier and faster installation
The new Total Network Inventory update is here! This time, the Software Accounting Manager received new features and improvements, which has a License Cost Calculator. The new licenses feature “Payments” will allow you to calculate and display a summary of the licenses cost for software installed on the network for certain periods in a few clicks.
- Big featureThe License Cost Calculator.
Now you can:
Calculate the amount of payment for licenses of a specific publisher for the current month.
Predict the cost of all recurring licenses in the future.
Display payment history for all …
Hello dear friends!
Today we have prepared an update that is especially necessary for those who use Total Network Inventory frequently and with many devices. Regular scanning of computers using pre-installed resident agents has now become much easier, more convenient and efficient.
Advantages of scanning with resident agents
- Scanning offline. The resident agent scans a computer on a schedule, regardless of whether it is connected to the network or not.
- Reduced network load. All scanning operations take place locally, and only scan results are transmitted as small files.
- Reduced load on the main TNI module. Less memory
First news of the new year!
Today we have a big update of the Software Accounting and Licenses module in Total Network Inventory. Now, TNI automatically collects software license keys from Adobe, Corel and Autodesk on Windows and macOS!
All local keys for Photoshop, Acrobat, CorelDRAW, AutoCAD and other software from these developers, from all PCs on your network are now collected in one place.
But there’s more: automatic binding of the collected keys to the appropriate software and licenses in the database, manual binding of the keys to the specific software, changing the status …
On December 10, a critical vulnerability was discovered in the Log4j component from the Apache Software Foundation, rated at a maximum of 10 on the CVSS scale.
The Log4j component (also known as Log4Shell and LogJam) is a Java-based logging package used by developers to log errors. At the moment, it is already known that the CVE-2021-44228 vulnerability affected a large number of software, including some services of the largest tech companies such as Amazon, Apple, Cisco, Google, Microsoft, Steam and IBM. The Dutch Cybersecurity Center has created a regularly updated doc on GitHub listing the affected applications.