Dear readers! I’m here to tell you that a significant update to Total Network Inventory is coming your way. This blog post will detail its amazing new features.
The main innovations include the polling of hardware sensors and the Change log getting a major overhaul. The new functionality will allow you to access even more useful information and gain more control over the hardware on the network computers.
Monitoring sensors on assets
Every once in a while, we’ve been asked to add the ability to read various parameters from remote PCs, such as temperatures, fan speeds, voltages…
Dear readers, this is a prosperous time for Softinventive Lab! It has barely been a week since our last Network Olympus update was released, and we’re already ready to unveil another major Total Network Inventory update. New features and improvements to the Software accounting module are the central theme of this update. Changes were also introduced in many other elements of the program.
Automatic merging of different software versions
Every long-term user of SAM must have at least once needed to merge different versions of the same software into one group entity. This not only saves screen space, but …
Hello, friends. Only a short post this time, but one that will surely please those of you who use our monitoring software.
Network Olympus received another update and now allows scanning and monitoring a variety of devices that support the SSH protocol. We’ve added new sensors that perform performance and file monitoring on such widely-used systems as macOS, Linux and FreeBSD. Now you can check if certain files and folders exist, monitor the CPU load, memory consumption, state of services, and many other parameters of Unix-based systems.
You will notice improvements on the visual side, but user-friendliness was …
Hello, friends! Another productive summer for Softinventive Lab is coming to an end. The TNI team has put together a major update that’s sure to make our users happy.
Total Network Inventory 4.2 will now be able to most accurately distinguish between the assets that are added to the storage. The new engine can also be finely tuned if you want either stricter or more lax rules.
We’ll tell you more about these improvements, but first, the list of changes:
- NewNew mechanism for identifying and merging assets.
- NewMore information is now collected when scanning and updating the status
Today, Total Network Inventory takes another step forward. Version 4.1 gives you the opportunity to obtain maximum information on Windows updates. Neither did we stop refining and updating the already familiar functionality. The full rundown is available below.
The information about updates can be collected in two different ways:
- From the Windows Update log. Just rescan any Windows computer and gain access to new information in the reports. You’ll find complete information about the update installation operations and their results on the scanned system.
- From the Windows Update service. Unlike the previous method, this option provides information not only about
Greetings to all readers of our blog! Today we want to once again bring your attention to the future of Total Network Inventory.
As you may know, we strive to keep in touch with the users of our products and listen to your feedback. All ideas and suggestions are recorded and sorted by priority and popularity, and then implemented as soon as possible.
The immediate development plans having been formulated, the team is already working on the next update. Meanwhile, we invite you to vote for what features you’re missing the most in TNI. We’ve picked out the following …