Introducing Total Network Inventory 5, PC audit and software inventory management solution.
Windows, OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, and ESX/ESXi-based computers and servers can be scanned without preinstalled agents – you just need to know the administrator's password. Scan single nodes, network address ranges, or Active Directory structure.
Each computer only takes up several dozen kilobytes in the centralized TNI storage. Group assets, add comments to them, and attach additional information. Total Network Inventory 5 will show your network in all its beauty!
Create flexible reports on different data categories. Build table reports with hundreds of available data fields using the convenient tool. Reports can be copied, exported, or printed, and the search feature shows the results before you even finish typing.
Detect and browse changes in hardware and software. Know when an application is installed, uninstalled or updated on any computer in your network, see hardware being connected or removed, disk space usage dynamics and much, much more.
Automate routine data collection and export tasks. Create both single and repeated tasks for pending scan sessions, reporting, data import and export. Every day? On Fridays? On first Monday of every month? Any time! Create a schedule for different tasks and keep your inventory up-to-date.
Generate a network map; create a database of your network users; store a number of passwords for different assets and protocols; follow the online status of assets in real-time. These and many other features of our network inventory software will save you a lot of effort and stress during network audits.
Microsoft Windows-based computers.
Apple macOS-based computers.
Any network devices that support the SNMP protocol.
Administrator password only. No preinstalling agents on the remote computers or any other preparations for a network audit. Install Total Network Inventory 5 on a single computer and you will possess the information about your whole network in a few minutes.
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 storage. Your PC and Mac inventory is ready to use.
Within domain networks, data stored by TNI can be synchronized with Active Directory. This allows you to instantly reproduce the hierarchy of AD objects in the program and get a list of all users and computers in the domain. Using Task scheduler, AD synchronization can be automated in the same way as scanning.
The TNI storage is a regular folder on your hard drive. Each computer is represented there by a separate file. You can easily move these files to another storage or back them up. Sharing the storage folder will allow you to work with it from other computers. Don't skip on protecting your storage with a password to safeguard your data.
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.
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. Our computer inventory software 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!
With our network inventory tool, 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.
Any report can be printed in a brief or full form, copied to a spreadsheet processor or exported to XLSX, PDF, RTF, CSV, HTML, and other formats.
If you need to build a report regularly, you can always automate such a task with Task scheduler. Generated reports will be exported in the format of your choice and then sent via email or saved to an FTP server.
Scan and print your own barcodes to inventory and label the office equipment. This will markedly increase asset search speed and get rid of mistakes inherent to manual efforts to identify devices.
TNI 5 supports all popular types of linear and two-dimensional barcodes. QR, PDF417, Code 93 and other types can be utilized for different purposes and to store different amounts of data.
Connect an external hardware or software scanner. Total Network Inventory allows you to set a hotkey that will initiate a search for assets by barcode.
Enter and save manufacturer barcodes, such as hardware models and serial numbers. You can add an unlimited number of barcodes to any asset.
Generating barcodes from templates is also possible. This enables the system to automatically create a barcode that contains a unique number or useful information about the asset, such as an inventory number, device type, network name or location.
TNI 5 offers special monitoring-based features for Windows systems. With each scan, the network audit tool polls vital hardware sensors.
Now the temperature , fan speed and power supply readings are at your fingertips.
If the processor or motherboard overheats, HDD space runs out, or if a fan stops functioning or starts spinning too fast, it won't go unnoticed.
Alerts and Assistants allow to detect the issue in time and address it before it snowballs into a serious problem that costs you money.
Each time you rescan a computer TNI creates a new snapshot of it. Change log compares all those snapshots and presents you with a comprehensive list of events: if anything was Added, Removed or Changed, you'll see it here.
You can see software being installed, uninstalled or updated, hotfixes being applied, services changing their state, hardware being moved around, and a lot more!
The log features instant search and filtering capabilities and is available in the printable report form.
Visualize the structure of network devices the way it’s convenient for you. Total Network Inventory 5 Professional users can benefit from our new network map editor.
Load any images onto your map or spawn preset shapes and rotate or modify them to your heart's content. For example, you can make the shape an outline or fill it with any color you like and choose the transparency level. If the objects are overlapping, the editor allows you to bring objects to the fore or hide them behind others.
Create a single map or split your network into many segments and levels, for different company sites, office floors or other purposes.
Drag and drop assets and groups from the storage onto your map, arrange them the way you want and render the network structure using links of various types.