What Is Total Network Inventory?
Total Network Inventory provides powerful tools for software inventory and license management. Introducing the Software Asset Management module.
All software from your Windows and Mac OS devices is gathered in a single place with comprehensive search and filtering capabilities. Browse, organize, and discover your software and installations, star important items, assign tags, add comments, and much more.
Who Uses Total Network Inventory?
Network administrators, IT-directors, IT-managers.
Where can Total Network Inventory be deployed?
Total Network Inventory pricing
- Yes, has free trial
- No free version
Total Network Inventory does not have a free version but does offer a free trial. Total Network Inventory paid version starts at US$90.00/one-time.
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Features of Total Network Inventory
- Activity Dashboard
- Asset Tracking Software
- Audit Management
- Barcode/Ticket Scanning
- Change Management Software
- Color Codes/Icons
- Compliance Management
- Compliance Tracking
- Configuration Management
- Contract/License Management
- Cost Tracking
- Device Auto Discovery
- Drag & Drop
- Hierarchical Mapping
- IT Asset Management Software
- Inventory Management Software
- License Inventory
- License Tracking
- Location-Based Mapping
- Map Exporting
- Problem Management
- Real Time Reporting
- Supplier Management
- Task Management Software
- Trial License
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Reviews of Total Network Inventory
Difference is what you get
We are both using Total Network Inventory in our enviroment and offering it to our customers. I have never heard complains about it. Nearly every inventory management software uses the same structures to gather data from clients/assets. TNI uses them all and the big difference is reporting. TNI's reporting is very detailed and ver very flexible.
TNI is not working as a service. I am not sure if it has to work that way but it would be better.
Alternatives Considered: ManageEngine Endpoint Central
Switched From: PDQ Deploy & Inventory
Reasons for Switching to Total Network Inventory: Manage engine is much more complex. I do not want to pay money annually to features I will not use.
TNI - Useful software
Comments: The software is fairly easy to use and understand. Documentation is available for maximizing use of the software. Support is an option when running into road blocks and they are responsive and helpfull.
Gives you insight into your computer systems and software. Easy to dive into individual workstations and extract system information. System scan can be triggered by Group Policy for easy company wide system updates.
Occasional windows interaction bugs. Such as when minimizing the window on a multi screen setup the icon for the program would move to another screen. It's fixed now.
Complete solution to audit keep a detailed inventory of your business networks
Comments: This Software eases the task of audit and analyze medium to big network, allowing us to check the status of the devices, make detailed reports about specs or changes on the computer software, personally i use it very frequently to check out the specific IP's and windows accounts for certain computers or check if the users are using unauthorized software or accounts on specific areas or devices. on overall makes the network administrator's life much more easy.
- Full Compatibility to scan and gather info about Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and MacOs devices on local network rather than windows devices. - Scan Via Nodes, Defined IP Ranges or Active Directory - Generate detailed and flexible networks reports , that can be exported in multiple formats for further use. - Real-time monitoring of all devices connected to the scanned network. - Lots of tools and functions for network auditing. -Free Trial to test the full version of the software
- Despite of recognize multiple operating system, this software is mainly compatible with windows based networks. - Needs above average knowledge to fully take advantage of all the features of the software.
Comprehensive Network Mapping and Reporting
Comments: Total Network is a must have for a reasonably priced, non-intrusive scan of all the computers on your network, and get detailed info on what OS and software they are running. It is a lot cheaper and more flexible than a software audit!
The product goes out over your network by subnet or Domain and interrogates all node it finds and reports OS, software installs, and other vital info. You can hunt down computers on your network that use a certain version of software that is in need of upgrade, or just keep a snapshot of what software is running on your network.
It is a little time consuming to get a complete scan completed. I wish there was a feature to allow you to just go out and look for changes since your last full scan
Overall, pretty good product
For the internal network I found the software Total network monitor to be enough for our company. Fits perfectly in our Windows-based network. I tried to install on Debian and it worked great. So multiplatform is a real deal. It also scans servers through VPN and fulfill needs to look for a software license management. My main concern is lack of temperature control. In our office we don`t run any 3D programs or such but i see it`s being a case for other companies.
Also i tried their remote installation product http://www.softinventive.com/total-software-deployment/, total software deployment on a trial period and now i`m talking with CEO to buy this package. Microsoft deployment didn`t work out for me.
price, ui, customisable