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Re: How to display Windows version

4 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Thanks! My grandson LOVES dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets so they were on my mind. By the way, VB isn't my strongest language. Is there a way to make these scripts use a sort of 'fail-over' on the strComputer variable? Have it use Input.Column(PC Name) first, but if it encounters an error try again with Input.Current?

Ctrl+Click-drag selection bug: one item is dropped

5 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Hi. This one has pestered me for a while, and since one of my other recent "I thought that was obvious" type of suggestions got traction, I figured I should throw this in the mix. Assuming you are running Netscan on a Windows PC (Mine is Win 10, build 14393) Run a scan and get results, at least 5, but preferably many results because we like results, and it's easier to see the bug.

Re: How to display Windows version

5 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

I use Remote Scripting for this. It still queries WMI, but I can manipulate the results to fit into the neat little compartments required by my Corporate Overlords. This is paired in a Virtual Column with another query which grabs the OS Name, manipulates the raw data returned and produces dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets. 'Display OS Build Number On Error Resume Next strComputer = Input

Re: Suggestion: Refreshing Virtual Columns

5 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Just had time to check back on this. I'm surprised nobody suggested this before, I figured I was going to get an eye roll. Downloaded the new build, so far it works great!

Re: Authenticate with remote PC's local account

5 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Mostly WMI and the Remote Scripting.

Authenticate with remote PC's local account

7 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Is there any way to enter credentials which will be used to authenticate as a local account against a remote PC? I am scanning from PC1, which is an AD domain connected PC, and I am signed in using my AD account. Sometimes I need to scan a PC which has become disconnected from AD, or is a stand-alone PC. In these cases, I need to use credentials for an account which is local to the remote PC.

Suggestion: Refreshing Virtual Columns

7 weeks ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Suggestion: Refreshing Virtual Columns It would be great if when a virtual column is refreshed the program knew that it needed to refresh the source columns first. Example: My V-column is programmed as " | ", both are WMI Queries. If fails to populate, the Vcolumn will display "465 GB | - " Refreshing doesn't change anything because wasn't refreshed and is still

More flexible Column View highlighting

1 year ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

A few ideas for the Change Column View options... 1: Can we get font styles (Bold, Italic) as highlighting options in addition to font color? 2: Reference other columns as highlighting condition values. I would like to be able to permanently configure the Hostname column to highlight if it doesn't contain the column. This can already be done using the filters, but I would like to be able

Re: Slow column resizing

1 year ago, by MurMan in Network Scanner Forum

Bizmarkie, you weren't crazy at all. I was having the exact same issue after the first 7.0.8 update. I'm running a Laptop with an Intel i7 quad-core, 16 GB RAM and 2GB nVidia GT720M graphics under Windows 10 Pro. I was getting ready to report this issue, but have been so busy using Netscan that I haven't had time to report the issue. That's a bit ironic. My Netscan runs 22 columns. So