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LOGINventory makes a complete inventory of your entire network. This PC inventory tool delivers all the information about your hardware and software that you need to make everyone happy for an audit or controlling installed hardware and software, Windows, Mac and Linux OS, hot fixes and networked devices like printers and switches. No going from PC to PC to install anything and runs too fast to get coffee during a scan. WAN compatible. No more reasons to go to the Boise office. You may be inclined to create your own custom reports just for the fun of it. All updates and support is free. Scans and reports on your SMNP devices are free too.
What's new in this version: Version 126.96.36.19930 fixed LOGINfo, LOGINfoW could not be executed on CPUs without SSE2.
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"Got a home or company network? Download this!"
Version: LogInventory 188.8.131.52
I thought this program will be the same usual slow (~some programs i know which works with WMI) things as others: i feel lucky, this program is fast (scanned whole D class /0-255 range/) within 1-2 minutes. After i opened my eyes widely enought to recognise this, i was pretty sure it's a joke: but no, all details are in the inventory.
Actually, i think this is a simple but perfect snap-in (for your MMC), too.
It'll help you to check patches, installed packages, basic physical datas (like memory/cpu size, etc.).
If you plan to upgrade your operating systems by PXE/etc., the network card type recognizing might come in handy. Also, you can create queries like at Microsoft's product.
This is awesome cheap if it's not per seat.
Maybe i missunderstand, but this just sounds cool: i can test this software in any company/etc. with full features for 20 computers until i decide to uninstall or buy it.
I gave 5 - not a natural thing from me - stars as i don't think professional administrators would have many problems with this (or max 1-2 problem which are solveable with support).
I'd suggest a quick start guide.
At memory size, the shared memory size isn't checked.
It's not specified what rights you need to check a network (of course, domain admin is a ruler there but i hope other rights are enough).
Right now i'm not quite familiar with help section 8.5 (translation): should it recognise automaticly, etc.?
Version: LogInventory 184.108.40.206
I recommend to evrybody
"this is good"
Version: LogInventory 4.1.14
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