EMCO Network Inventory Starter is a software program whose sole purpose is to aid individuals in viewing detailed information regarding all computers in your LAN and save them to a file.
Quick setup and clear-cut environment
After going through a surprise-free and seamless installation process, you are brought to a pretty well-organized and clean GUI, as it consists of a menu bar, a few buttons, a folder structure and a pane in which to display selected data.
In addition to that, extensive Help contents and a large number of tutorials are supported thus ensuring that all types of users can find their way around it, including those with little or no previous experience at all.
View general and detailed information
First and foremost, you are required to scan your local area connection (LAN) in order to find all computers connected. Once this process is over, you can view details regarding each and every one such as IP and MAC address, machine name, domain/workgroup, system name, total memory, video card, connected printer, operating system, install date, default language, BIOS name and system up time.
In addition to that, you can view a list of all installed applications, the ones that require an update, shared items, monitor info, printers, logical and CD drives, processor, network cards and notes (if any).
Generate reports using one of the many formats supported
It is important to keep in mind that you can customize all the data aforementioned and export it using XLS, DOC, RTF, HTML, XML, BDF, PDF, TXT, CSV, DIF, SYLK and SQL file formats, as well as copy it to the Clipboard. You can also create an exclusion list, based on their IP ore machine name, view logs and save them to the HDD as a LOG file.
Conclusion and performance
The amount of resources required is low at all times and thus, the system’s performance is not going to be hampered. The response time is good, the interface is simple-to-handle, the export capabilities are quite impressive and we did not pick up on any errors or bugs in our tests.
All in all, EMCO Network Inventory Starter proves to be a pretty useful and reliable piece of software, dedicated to those interested in gathering information regarding all computers in their LAN. If you require more advanced features, you can give the enterprise edition a try, EMCO Network Inventory Enterprise.
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (25 Nodes)||$ 149.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (50 Nodes)||$ 289.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (75 Nodes)||$ 429.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (100 Nodes)||$ 569.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (150 Nodes)||$ 709.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (200 Nodes)||$ 849.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (300 Nodes)||$ 989.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (400 Nodes)||$ 1,129.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (500 Nodes)||$ 1,269.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (750 Nodes)||$ 1,409.00|
|EMCO Network Inventory Starter (1000 Nodes)||$ 1,549.00|
Minimum Hardware Requirements
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor or equivalent
2 GB of RAM
250 MB of free disk space
Recommended Hardware Requirements
6th Generation Intel Core Processor or equivalent
4 GB of RAM
500 MB of free disk space
Windows XP (with SP3 or later), Windows XP x64 (with SP2 or later), Windows 2003 (with SP2 or later), Windows 2003 x64 (with SP2 or later), Windows 2003 R2, Windows 2003 R2 x64, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 2008, Windows 2008 x64, Windows 2008 R2, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 2012, Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 x64, Windows 2012 R2, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64
Administrative rights on the local computer
Enabled NetBIOS over TCP/IP