Introduction
How Expert Network Inventory works?
Installation and Setup
Internal database
Configure ENI agent module
General settings
Inventory Data Store settings
Reports settings
Registry Key Info Tab settings
File Info Tab settings
Find Files Tab settings
Administrator's Application
Configure Administrator's Application
Department manager
Network Tree
Information pages
Software Licenses
Custom data tables
Reports
Creating, printing and exporting reports
Report Designer
How to...
Create and use users logon script
Design custom reports
How Expert Network Inventory works

Export Network Inventory consists of four modules: The ENI Agent module for 32-bit versions of Windows (eniagent.exe), the ENI Agent module for 64-bit versions of Windows (eniagent64.exe), the Administrator's Application (eni.exe) and the ENI Client Manager (clientmng.exe).

When a user logs into the network, the logon process will execute the logon script specified for that user. This logon script will launch the 32-bit or 64-bit ENI Agent (eniagent.exe/eniagent64.exe) that collects information about the user's computer and writes the output to the COMPUTERNAME.XML file in the shared data store folder. This folder can be located on a network drive, an FTP server, etc. Different computers on the network can place data into different folders, which can be convenient for large networks. Thus, the entire information on a computer’s software and hardware is updated after each reboot of the computer.

When the Network Administrator runs the Administrator's Application (eni.exe), this program reads the user information files from this data store folder and stores it in the database. All the information can be easily viewed and managed from the Administrator’s Application.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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