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
Reports

Information about network computers can be grouped and represented as printed reports. ENI contains a wide variety of ready to print reports. All reports except the License Report are allocated in the Reports subfolder. You can change the path to that folder but it is strongly recommended to leave the default one.

To display reports select the Reports main menu item. In the displayed submenu you will see three items: the Custom, Hardware and Software.

Selecting one of these items you can see and display reports that the menu item contains.

The Custom menu item contains the reports created by users.

After installation the Custom menu item will be empty.

Other reports are divided into two groups:

  • Hardware reports about different categories of hardware;
  • Software reports.

Hardware reports

  • Disk drives — lists the physical disk name, total capacity, revision, serial number, the logical disk name, type, file system, free and total space for all network machines.
  • DVD/CD-ROM drives — displays the list and properties of the DVD/CD drives.
  • Floppy disk drives — displays the list and properties of the floppy disks drives.
  • Keyboards — groups your machines by the keyboards used.
  • Memory — displays the number and properties of the memory modules installed on the computers.
  • Mice and other pointing devices — displays the mice and other pointing devices.
  • Modems — displays the properties of the modems installed on the computers.
  • Monitors — sorts out your machines by the monitor that is installed.
  • Motherboards — sorts out your machines by the motherboard that is installed.
  • Printers — displays the properties of the printers installed.
  • Processors — sorts out the network computers by the type of the central processor installed.
  • Sound video and game controllers — displays the properties of the sound, video and game controllers installed on the computers.
  • Video adapters — groups your machines by the video adapter that is installed.
  • And many other hardware reports.

Software reports

  • Internet Explorer — groups user workstations by the version of Microsoft Internet Explorer that is installed.
  • Internet Explorer Total — summarizes the information on the IE version and quantity.
  • MS Software Installed — groups user workstations by the the MS Software installed.
  • MS Software Total — summarizes information on the MS Software installed.
  • Operating System Total — summarizes the information on the operating systems.
  • Operating systems — groups user workstations by the operating systems they run.
  • Software Installed — groups your machines by the software that is installed and displays a count of the installed software.
  • Software Total — reports the list of the software installations for each department.
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