The Options window can be opened by clicking the corresponding button in the top right corner of the program.
Change the interface language, date format and currency settings.
Check the online status of assets periodically: automatic pinging of network nodes every few seconds can be disabled.
Handling of dynamic IP addresses: choose how to resolve hostnames when pinging devices in a DHCP network, or disable the resolution and use the known IP address every time.
You can also configure the synchronization with Active Directory.
Settings that control the scanner's behavior, as well as the default asset distinction and snapshot auto-deletion policies for storages.
This page allows to edit settings that are common for every network map that you create, such as the autosave and font settings.
On this page, you can enable, disable and set up the individual alerts.
The settings for automatic data import are available here. It may be used to import logon script scan results or periodically updated results of external network scans in cases where no access to these networks is available from the current location. This page allows you to set up automatic import of data when the program starts or at regular intervals.
This page serves as a tool for exporting the standalone scanner and for generating a command line for the Logon script scan.
Settings that control the scheduler, a list of scheduled tasks and their configuration tools are available here.
Choose the way in which the Action list (available from the Network tree context menus) behaves and access the editable custom actions file. Also, here you'll find a summary of all templates and keywords of the action definition syntax: click to copy or hover with your mouse to view a hint.
Enable or disable the full SNMP scan from this page. This mode allows to collect complete SNMP information from SNMP-enabled devices (i.e. perform an SNMPWalk). When this mode is disabled, only some basic information from the system and interfaces sections is collected.
TNI contains a package with more than 300 standard MIB files. They allow you to decode many fields in the Viewer & reports - SNMP tree section, so that asset's parameters and their values are presented as meaningful information instead of OIDs. From the same options page, you can check whether an updated package is available for download from our server or to let the program check for it at startup.
You can also download additional MIB files from device manufacturers. Additionally, the program will attempt to download any missing MIB files from a few online MIB databases.
Configure the resident agent for deployment to remote Windows computers or export it for manual installation from this page.
Here, you can disable the default prompts to confirm deletion if you find them annoying, or re-enable them if you need a safeguard from deleting objects accidentally.