Any computer network administrator has a large responsibility area concerning all network computers configuration. This area includes both hardware and software configurations, and control of all them is really important for network safety, reliability and stability. But as soon as the number of computers in the network exceeds about 7, no administrator, even a genius one, can control them all timely without an automating tool. There are many requirements for such a tool. It should gather information from all network computers remotely, without any previous installation, admin should be able to run it at any time and for any number of computers at once, the gathered information should be detailed, responsible and organized. Meet Global Network Inventory, The Last Tool You Need (at least, for this concrete task).
With Global Network Inventory, network administrator has a friendly interface with all network computers organized by domain to the left and tabs with their properties summary to the right. Global Network Inventor collects really comprehensive set of information about all aspects of computers work, working hardware as well as installed programs, operating system settings, running services, whatever-you-can-imagine; all information is gathered without any additional installations to the examined computers. There are almost infinite possibilities for grouping, filtering, reporting and historical analysis of information.
Global Network Inventory 2.2 Global Network Inventory is a powerful and flexible software and hardware inventory system that can be used as an audit scanner in an agent-free and zero deployment environments
Invent Upshot 220.127.116.11 Invent Upshot is a feature rich and low TCO, agent-less network discovery, hardware & software inventory and remote tool, with which you can manage a single PC to several home and
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