It’s me, Donald. And I’ve got some intelligence on one of the upcoming TNI features.
Now, the developers team didn’t want this to be made public prematurely. We don’t know the arrival date for the thing yet, it’s not the right time to reveal it, they told me. But I’ve managed to sneak a screenshot while no one was looking. One little screenshot can do no harm, right? I’ll just leave it here for you.
Table conditions! Powerful thing, if you ask me. I love it. Can’t wait for it to be released so you could love it too!
Well, now if you’ll excuse me…. I better run away and hide. They’ll be looking for me.
Good news, everyone!
With the new update (which you are hereby encouraged to download and install) TNI is now capable of natively scanning FreeBSD-powered machines!
But that’s not all. Check out the full changelist:
- BIG FEATUREFreeBSD support.
- NewIn table report constructor: define sorting and custom titles for each column; also, fix columns so they will stay on screen while you scroll your table horizontally.
- NewValidity check for serial numbers and asset tags (cleaner asset fields in the table reports and additional info in the network tree).
- NewPossibility to Reset serial numbers via Reset properties menu (Edit/Properties). Recommended to run on the whole storage.
- NewSorting the network tree by node names and additional info in direct and reverse order (available in the menu).
- NewMonitor serial number field for display in the network tree.
- NewSupport for encrypted partitions for Mac OS X.
- NewTable reports: asset field “Domain role”.
- ImprovedNetwork scan reliability under Windows XP and Vista.
- ImprovedRow number field is no longer mandatory in table reports.
- FixedSome bugs in Linux and Mac OS X agents.
- FixedUpdating the alerts for software groups statuses.
- FixedExpanding/collapsing deeply nested groups in the network tree.
- FixedSome HDD s/n retrieving.
- Also…A lot of minor fixes and improvements.
New features in table reports
Tables got better yet! Using the improved table report constructor, now you can specify which columns you want sorted or fixed and save this choice as part of a template. Also, you may give each column a custom title (default ones are a little bit too long at times). Fixing columns is a handy new feature: these will stay on screen when you scroll the table horizontally — useful for huge tables with lots of data.
Easy sorting in the network tree
Network tree was sortable all the way, but that was kind of an obscure feature. Shame for a feature that important. Now you can easily sort your assets by a dozen of fields in any direction. It’s all there in Display settings menu (which received a more appropriate icon, by the way, so that no one gets lost).
So, there you have it: TNI 2.0.2 (build 1102). We’ve got to go: so much more cool stuff to build for you. Enjoy your updated TNI and have a nice day!