The unique properties of LOGINventory make it a successful and popular IT asset inventory tool for Windows network administrators. The manner in which the various program modules make the connection with each other, makes LOGINventory work so successful.

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LOGINventory discovers and scans remote computers. Which can determine the many hardware and software features, without the need to install any client software (agents), and without the implementation of the program in the network.

Install LOGINventory just on one PC or server: Within seconds you obtain an inventory of all hardware and software installed across your Windows network, locally or across multiple locations.

Detailed analysis

Analysis are realized with hierarchical filters. Filter Conditions of Analysis Nodes will be passed to sub-nodes. This feature is very useful for organizations with dispersed sites, branches and / or domains in which it is possible to set up a role-based administration concept.

Analysis Nodes can be displayed using predefined node types like Assets, Hardware, Software, etc. The permissions may be set to "just see" or even edit.

Analysis nodes can be assigned to different administrators or administrator teams as 'Root Node'. This allows, for example, to provide a Branch- site access to only its own inventory data.

The LOGINventory query designer creates a flexible and unrestricted configuration of query conditions, paying attention to the difference between the read and write permissions.

Network Inventory

LOGINventory interrogates all computers on a network using TCP / IP and reports back to a central database. In addition to Windows-based computers, it scans and identifies on the network for suitable routers, servers, switches, hubs, printers, print servers as well as Mac and Linux computers via SNMP.

LOGINventory is invisible to the user and will not affect the performance of the network or the client PC. This ensures maximum productivity for both the network and your colleagues. LOGINventory also lets you carry out scans with the "logon script". Once someone logs on to a computer it will be automatically scanned for all hardware and software inventory.

Hardware Inventory

  • Name, type and size of all hard drives, CD / DVDs and removable drives, and details about logical disks
  • Memory modules and memory
  • SCSI-/IDE controllers
  • Network-adapters, IP-en MAC-adressen, DHCP, DNS and WINS-configurations, enz.
  • Processor manufacturer and type, CPU speed and status, clock speeds
  • Motherboard name and manufacturer, chassis name and manufacturer, BIOS information, system and memory slots, ports, etc.
  • Name and type of audio and video adapters
  • Name, type and settings of the monitors and printers
  • Connected USB devices

Software Inventory

  • Operating Systems: name, type, version, build, serial number, etc.
  • Software: name, number, place, date and time of installation and the version number
  • Service packs and hot fixes