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#1 Marianne

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Posted 04 January 2008 - 12:38 PM

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Can someone assist with info on the following:
My Scan Wizard brings me back a list of network hardware which can be successful, or access denied, or RPC server is unavailable. I'm sure there is a list of other messages which I have yet to encounter.

I then export the list to a .txt file so I can compare it with the network tree to identify which pc's I am unable to reach.

Today, I ran the Scan Wizard and had to step away for an hour or so for a meeting. When I returned I compared the tree with the scan.txt file and noticed that there are hardware items in the tree that are not on the original scan list. :huh:

Why is this happening? Does the software continue to poll the network? Is there a time delay in returning all the network nodes?
The nodes in question are all on a separate VLAN........

Any help would be appreciated

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Marianne

#2 Zak

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Posted 08 January 2008 - 01:57 AM

Hello Marianne,

The software does not poll the network when the Scan Wizard is not running. But obviously when you ran it for the second time, there were more computers online on the network, and thus they have been added to the tree.
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