Network Inventory Advisor is a admin tool that is ideal to audit all network software and hardware both quickly and efficiently. By running Network Inventory Advisor you can view all of your network assets, scan them and construct ready-to-use reports.
With an automated, agent-free network scanner, such as Network Inventory Advisor, you can control and reduce your IT costs. It allows you to easily track all hardware changes, audit software licenses and collect invaluable network data. With a high-end network audit app like this, you can manage Windows, Mac OS, and Linux nodes and other network devices, all from one place.
Network Inventory Advisor is able to detect all software installed across devices on your network. It can automatically track versions, install dates, publisher information and other relevant software data. You can also add custom data, such as service tags, inventory numbers, and locations etc. The app can be configured to produce various alerts on important changes in your network as well.
Network Inventory Advisor is quite a handy tool to have in your admin arsenal. It can gather data on all kinds of various software and hardware across your network. With it, you can check a computer’s memory, peripherals and other hardware details, all remotely, without manually checking on individual machines. You can even plan and execute mass RAM upgrades, and operating system rollouts.
Network Inventory Advisor can also be configured to produce a number of pre-defined reports. You can choose from reports such as ‘logged on users in your network’, ‘network inventory report’, ‘hard drive usage’, and ’antivirus protection status.’ Network Inventory Advisor also allows you to create your own customizable detailed or tabular network reports, which can be sorted, exported (to Excel, SQL, etc) and printed when you need it.
All group nodes’ rescan when creating a new group summary.
Displaying incorrect network icon when switching networks.
Missing Microsoft Office login data in Tabular reports.
Empty “Added” field when importing snapshot files.
Incomplete saving of the active group/domain name at the time of the import of snapshot files, which led to duplicate nodes.
Scanning error that led to creation of 2 identical nodes in the network tree.
Software inventory database was not being updated from NIA server.
Some crashes when switching networks with active filters.
Missing custom fields when manually importing network structure or converting the old database format into the new one.
Scheduled emails were not sent out when TLS was disabled for SMTP server.
Automatic import of network folder snapshots was not functioning correctly.
For Selectable custom fields default empty value was added constantly.
The app could crash if a node had an incorrect custom field.
An sqlite3odbc.dll error could appear during re-installation.
Service hanging after second consecutive installation of NIA.
“Go to full report” link was not always leading to the correct report.
A crash during SNMP devices scan.
Not all the data was in the file when exporting the Software report by title.