Network Inventory Advisor 1.1 Build 2689
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What's new in Network Inventory Advisor 1.1 Build 2689:
- Minor polishing update improves exporting of Tabular Reports
- Adds a number of updates to scanning engine in OS X 10.9
- Fixes some visual UI issues
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Using Network Inventory Advisor, you can create an inventory of OS X computers in no time. Getting started with the app is really simple and consists of scanning and adding new nodes in your inventory. As mentioned, Network Inventory Advisor can scan computers based on IP/DNS name, IP range, Local network or Bonjour.
Furthermore, after you add a node / OS X computer to your list, it will be displayed on the left pane in a network summary folder and in tabular reports. The former category displays all assets in your network and details about the software, alerts, processors, motherboards, hard drives and more.
When accessing a single OS X computer that was scanned, you can view details about a ton of software and hardware information: OS, security, frameworks, applications, storage, network, memory, devices, etc. What’s more, Network Inventory Advisor provides brief power settings and diagnostic information.
Another important feature is the ability to generate tabular reports which can contain information about the computers, CPU, custom fields, storage and other details. You are allowed to reorder the selected fields and to include / exclude the nodes you have included in your inventory.
To sum up, Network Inventory Advisor is a powerful cross-platform application that gathers a wealth of information regarding the OS X computers in local or remote networks. Working with the application is nothing complicated and the network data is fetched very quickly.
Network Inventory Advisor was reviewed by Octav Fedor, last updated on March 11th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)
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