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Network Inventory Expert - How To Use


System requirements


  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 2003
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows NT
  • Windows Me
  • Windows 98 (with WMI CORE)

Hardware requirements:

  • Memory: 128MB RAM
  • Processor: Pentium-500 MHz
  • Space required on your hard disk: 10MB
  • Video mode: true color


Getting Started

When you first start the program you need to add computers of your network to the list. Network Inventory Expert provides three ways to scan your network:

  • Enumerate network for all computers;
  • Add computers by range of IP addresses.

Also, you can add computers to the list manually one-by-one.


Enumerate network for all computers

Network Inventory Expert enables you to scan all available computers on your network with just one click. To enumerate all computers on your network perform the following steps:

  • Click "Find Computers" button from the toolbar or press "Ctrl+F";
  • This will start scanning your network for all available computers;
  • To cancel scanning process, click the "Stop finding of computers" button from the toolbar or press "Ctrl+S";
  • When the scanning process will complete you will see the list of computers.


Add computers by range of IP addresses

Sometimes you need to scan available computers within a particular range of IP addresses. Just provide the starting address, the last IP address and Network Inventory Expert will scan all available computers between that range of IP addresses. To add computers by range of IP addresses perform the following steps:

  • Click "Find Computers by IP Range" button from the toolbar;
  • A "Find Computers by IP Range" dialog box will appear on the screen;
  • Type a range of IP addresses;
  • Click "Ok" button.


Add computers manually

To add computers manually you should click "New Computer" button from the toolbar or press "Ctrl+N". Then type a host name of the computer and click "Ok" button.


How to delete computers

To delete computers press "Del" key or select menu "Computer" -> "Delete Computer". Then selected computers will be deleted from the list.


How to get information from remote PC

You can get information from remote computer through WMI (agentless method). Just select computers you want to scan and click "Get/Update Info" button from the toolbar or press "Ctrl+I". This will start scanning remote computers.

You can set up the type of information collected from remote computers. To do this select menu "File" -> "Options", then "General".

The account attempting remote access should be an administrator on the target computer (for example - domain administrator). If you don't have rights of the domain administrator you can use custom logon name and password for getting info from remote PC. To do this, select menu "File" -> "Options", then "Custom Logon".


How to use Intel AMT Power feature

You can turn on or off rempte PC or even turn it to suspend mode. Please note: remote computer should support Intel AMT feature. To begin using of Power option you should enter Intel AMT username and password.
To do this, select menu "File" -> "Options", then "Intel AMT".
To change the power status of remote PC just select target PC in the left list and choose menu "Power" and then choose what option do you want to do.
Please read more about Intel AMT Power feature.


How to use custom columns

You can use custom columns for storing your custom information, for example serial number, phone number, etc... To edit data in custom column click "Edit Custom Column" button from the toolbar or click "Ctrl+E".

Custom Columns

To manage custom columns select menu "File" -> "Options". Then select "Custom Columns". In the window "Options" you can add, delete or move custom columns up or down.


How to create report

Network Inventory Expert provides four types of reports:

  • System Info;
  • Software Info;
  • Processes Info;
  • Installed Software.

All that you need is to select report type in menu "Report", then mark information which you want to add to the report. To save settings made for report mark "Save Settings" check box.

System Info Report

You can export reports in HTML, MS Excel and RTF formats.

Example of list-style report: Report.

Example of sheet-style report: Report.


How to use scheduler

To enable scan schedule select menu "File" -> "Options", then select "Scheduler".


All you need is to set up next scan time and period of scans.


SEP 23, 2021 New 3.10 version of Network Inventory Expert has been arrived!
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JUN 17, 2021 New algorithm to search the computers across the network in Network Inventory Expert 3.9.5.
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JUL 06, 2017 Import computers from Active Directory Domain now in the new Network Inventory Expert 3.9!
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AUG 21, 2014 Intel AMT Power control in Network Inventory Expert 3.8!
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