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Webcast: Finding Non-Scannable Devices on your Network (What's new in Inventory 9)

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Using the new Network Discovery tool in PDQ Inventory will allow you to find ALL devices on your network and how to manually organize them in PDQ Inventory.

New Feature: Options for adding computers in PDQ Inventory 9 3:22

Adding computers By Name 3:51

Adding computers using Active Directory Sync 4:16

New Feature: Network Discovery 6:56

Question: Will these be marked as an unscannable device so we could fix the ones that are supposed to be scannable? 10:54

Custom Tools 12:32

Get Mac Tool 13:09

Web Connect 13:47

Uncheck allow scan and editable fields 18:30

Question: If your LAN connects to multiple sites, how do you control what is auto discovered? 20:20

Exclude sections and ranges from Network Discovery? 21:47

Question: What is the best way (best practice) to organize the non-scannable devices in a dynamic group? 23:34

Question: Will Inventory be able to do anything with printer, for example collect page counts etc? 25:12

Question: With all the different ways now to populate Inventory, if you know the same device somehow shows up as more than 1 device, can you merge them together? 26:32

Question: Why are you blocking us from editing the description field on these? 27:25

Read up on what's new in PDQ Inventory 9 here: http://www.adminarsenal.com/admin-arsenal-blog/whats-new-pdq-inventory-9/

Try out PDQ Inventory Enterprise mode free: http://www2.adminarsenal.com/TryPDQInventory

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