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Re: Running portable Network Scanner from USB (licence question)

3 months ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Ok, so the update will download the installable version and then you copy files from that to the USB drive to update it, right? I'm asking because if I'm in the field and all I have is the USB drive, it won't update any of the files on the USB drive itself, right? I need to do that somehow.

Re: Running portable Network Scanner from USB (licence question)

3 months ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I have a question. In the portable version, will it update to a new version when one is available?

Re: Slow column resizing

10 months ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

No problem. Sorry I bent out of shape. I get weird when Im trying to help and they say I'm wrong. Dont let it happen again! just kidding of corse

Re: Thread scan stuck: diagnostics and solutions

10 months ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Why can't Microsoft fix this? They must know about it.

Re: Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

sounds like u both missed it? Its good to be vindicated tho, and ur welcum! It did feel a bit like you two were ganging up on me, but I was victorious in the end! Was expecting WindowsStar to say my new pc was slow some how or not on the right astral plane or I had the gremlins! ha yes, new version, fixed.......

Re: Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

posting this to prove i'm not an idiot finally tried another PC. This is new custum i7 build with Geforce 1030 GT card (2gb ddr5 dedicated, 2017 model card,far from slow), 16GB RAM, SSD, etc. All new install of win 7 64-bit Ultimate edition with all latest drivers including newest reference drivers from nvidias website. Running at 1080p I get the same exact issue as on my laptop. Totally dif

Re: Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Yes,let me try it on a couple other pcs and see if it improves. I only posted it coz all other apps with girds scroll smooth. Its a 6th gen i5 laptop tho so its not a slow card! Maybe drives, but why does only ipscan have this problem for me? weird!

Re: Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I made a video! Have not tried on other PCs yet but other apps on my laptop don't do this. Thats why I wrote in. Will try on other PCs later but thot i'd ask

Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Hi, idk if theres something wrong with my computer, but when I drag/resize the columns, its very jerky. And there are 'tears' in the graphics update. Is that normal? Does anyone else see this or just me? You may need to add some columns to see it properly. thx!

Re: Feature request: Windows build column

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Nice! Did not know that! Thx! I need to learn more about this

Feature request: Windows build column

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Self-explanatory, but yes, maybe?

Re: How to display uptime over LAN

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

gi landguard? I swear it did that. hmm

Re: How to display uptime over LAN

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I believe its called GFI. ever heard of it?

Re: How to display uptime over LAN

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I seen a network scanner that does uptime properly on PCs with no creds but I'm not into mentioning competitors here coz thas not bizmarkie cool. They say its comes directly from a "netbios" using boot date. Not sure which port. Its the only software I seen that can do it on all our PCs & servers except for ones completely locked down by windows firewall with no ports open

Re: Physical location of the port

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Thanks! I did look at that and for 8 port switches, they just show the same numbers as the port numbers. Our 8 port switches are all single row. But my 16 port switches are usually 2 rows and I can't get info from them due to the trial I guess? you know how some port configurations are like this 1357 2468 some are like this 2468 1357 And then most 8 port switches are like this 12345

Physical location of the port

1 year ago, by bizmarkie in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Hello. I was wondering if maybe there is an snmp command available that says what physical position the port is on the switch? Then I'd know if the ports are 8 on top and 8 on the bottom, or one of those thinner netgear switches with 16 ports all the way across in a single row. They could be labeled T1, T2, B1, B2 for top and bottom. It would be great if there was a column in your software that

Re: Host name resolution

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I notice a lot of missing host names too. Do you know if there's a way to get more of them?

Re: Mac OS X version

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Yes please and while your at it, how about a Linux version? Don't Macs and Linux share a similar os?

Re: Client IP Address sorting

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Thank you!

Client IP Address sorting

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Switch Port Mapper Forum

Evaluating this and wondered if there's a way to sort just the Client IP Addresses so they're in natural IP order?

Re: Netscan detected by AntiVirus

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

I have an update on this. For some reason the most recent version doesn't have a PUP alert. I contacted them and they said something about it being related to "dual signing" certificates. I don't understand it, but it's good it be working now!

Re: Netscan detected by AntiVirus

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Well PUP is different from a virus. I think Virus Total isn't set up to report those, but it was set that way by default here for some reason. I told it to allow all network tools.

Netscan detected by AntiVirus

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

My AntiVirus detected Netscan as PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). I was able to add it to exceptions, but I was wondering why antivirus companies would call SoftPerfect Netscan (or other IP scanners like it) PUP, or hacking tool, etc? It only reads from the network in most cases, doesn't do anything nefarious, and I sure wouldn't call it much of a hacking tool. Also, have you contacted A/V com

Re: Identify devices and display their type

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

What a fast response, even if it's not the response I hoped for. You guys are incredible, that's all I have to say.

Identify devices and display their type

2 years ago, by bizmarkie in Network Scanner Forum

Hi, nice program. Can it figure out the type of device or PC? It shows a lot of little PC icons on the left, but I'm pretty sure I don't have that many computers! If not, plans maybe?