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Lizardsystems network scanner
Network Scanner is an IP scanner that is used for scanning both large corporate networks that have hundred thousands of computers along with small home networks with several computers. While the program can scan a list of IP addresses, computers and ranges of IP addresses, the number of computers and subnets is unlimited.
By using Terminal Services Manager, you can see the details of the users connected to a remote host, their sessions, and their active processes. For several hosts simultaneously, you can monitor each user, session, and process's usage of remote host resources (CPU, memory, etc.) in real-time. Using Terminal Services Manager, you can easily perform a variety of administrative tasks to manage resources and users on a remote host, for example, disconnecting all inactive users, closing inactive users' sessions, or terminating a remote host process. Remote Process Explorer is a powerful tool for managing, monitoring and analyzing processes on a local or remote computer. You can use Remote Process Explorer not only to get the list of processes running on a remote or local computer, but also to run a new a process, kill it or change its priority. In real time, Remote Process Explorer monitors the performance of a remote computer, by showing the number of processes running as well as the amount of CPU, memory and other system resources it uses. Moreover, it will also show hidden processes which will allow you to detect spyware and malware. With Remote Desktop Audit, you can use the unified dashboard to analyze remote desktop access to your servers and then aggregate or filter the results by time, server, username, or IP address. In addition to convenient tracking of logon and logoff events, Remote Desktop Audit provides efficient tools for data analysis, data export, and reporting. Wi-Fi Scanner shows you detailed information about 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax wireless networks in their vicinity, as well as its parameters and signal strength. To improve network signal quality, Wi-Fi Scanner shows busy channels and thus helps users find a free channel for their access point. Wi-Fi Scanner shows wireless connection statistics in the form of tables and graphs, and allows you to manage wireless network profiles. Wi-Fi Scanner also provides tools to analyze and diagnose problems on an individual's wireless network. Using a list of computers or a range of IP addresses, this tool scans the network and shows all available computer resources. The program will show Net BIOS (Samba) shared resources as well as FTP and web resources. Moreover, it will also check access rights to these resources. Simply enter an IP address and prefix or a subnet mask to view all the network parameters and calculate the address range that is actually used, along with available subnets and hosts. You can also split the network into a custom number of subnets and save them to a file for further work. This tool is an easy way to find the MAC address of a local or remote computer on the network. Select the target and method and find the MAC address of a remote computer on the network. The software can not only find the MAC address of a computer, but also detect the manufacturer of its network card. Lan Send was developed for sending messages to remote computers, thereby replacing the "net send" command and Lan Send is easy to use and requires no Internet access, dedicated server, or additional software on the recipient's machine. With this tool, you will be able to quickly change the MAC address of their network card no matter what its manufacturer and driver is. With just a few clicks, anyone will be able to change the MAC address in seconds.If you’re a network administrator for a small network, you can use all the automated tools you can round up. Keeping track of every device on your network and key information about each can be a daunting task. That’s where Lizard Systems’s extremely useful Network Scanner comes in. This great tool scans your entire network, then gives details about everything it finds–the IP address of every device, and important information about each. The information it uncovers is especially useful for security purposes. For each computer (PCs as well as Macs), Network Scanner reports whether remote administration is enabled, and lists any folders that are shared publicly. That way, network administrators can quickly identify security holes, and close them on individual computers. On my network, Network Scanner was able to see every single device, including several PCs, a Macbook, home server, router, and even a Xoom Android tablet. It didn’t give details about the router or tablet, but that’s because there was no information to give; they don’t allow remote administration or have any shared folders. There’s only one drawback to Network Scanner: its price. At $40 for businesses, it’s only for those who truly need it for work. But those who do need it for work will find the pricetag to be well worth it in saved time and peace of mind. And for non-commercial users, it’s free with registration, so it’s fine to use it on a home or non-profit network. Note: This software is free with registration for non-commercial use. Business users must pay $40 after the 30-day trial expires.All licenses are perpetual licenses and will allow to use the licensed software indefinitely. Payments are handled externally by Pay Pro Global (Ontario, Canada), transactions are encrypted and secure.Wi-Fi Scanner allows you to easily locate visible wireless networks and its corresponding information. The tool obtains the network name (SSID), signal strength (RSSI) and quality, MAC address (BSSID), channel, maximum and achievable data rate, security, and much more. Wi-Fi Scanner is useful for normal access point users who need to find out the signal strength distribution for their wireless network at home, or choose a position for their access point for optimal signal quality. Using Wi-Fi Scanner, you can evaluate the allocation of wireless networks by channel and select the least congested bandwidth for their access point, allowing them to increase their connection speed significantly. In addition, Wi-Fi Scanner is an indispensable tool for corporate network administrators in performing tasks such as configuration, planning and monitoring security parameters on business wireless networks. The best way to get started with Wi-Fi Scanner is to try it, no strings attached. Please visit our pricing page for further information. We are so confident that you will have a great user experience with our software that we offer Wi-Fi Scanner in a fully-functional trial package. Click here to download your fully-functional trial of Wi-Fi Scanner . Network Scanner is an IP scanner that is used for scanning both large corporate networks that have hundred thousands of computers along with small home networks with several computers. While the program can scan a list of IP addresses, computers and ranges of IP addresses, the number of computers and subnets is unlimited. Network Scanner will show you all the shared resources, including system and hidden Net BIOS (Samba) shared resources along with FTP and web resources. To audit network computers or use it to search for available network resources, both network administrators and regular users can use Network Scanner. Network Scanner will not only find network computers and shared resources, but also check its access rights which the user can mount as a network drive or open them in Explorer or in their browser. You can easily export the results of scanning the network to an XML, HTML or text file or store them in the program itself. The best way to get started with Network Scanner is to try it, no strings attached. Please visit our pricing page for further information. We are so confident that you will have a great user experience with our software that we offer Network Scanner in a fully-functional trial package. Click here to download your fully-functional trial of Network Scanner .