Network Explorer (EN) Network Explorer is a tool for browsing and administrating hidden and visible network ressources
Large networks can easily be managed by assigning ressources
to various drives. Ressources can comfortably be handled and
managed in groups.
Standard Windows tools can be used directly through context menu.
Servers and workstations can be accessed and administrated by using:
Terminalsession, NetMeeting, Explorer, Internetexploerer, ping,
trace route, connection speed (kBit/sec), etc.
Network ressources can be found by a built in browser.
Shares can be grouped in categories.
Please note: Only one group is allowed in trial version.
Other tools can be configured and used within the Network Explorer.
Commandline parameters like user name, ip address, etc. can easily
be configured by using several built in macros.
By seperating network ressources in groups the limitation of 26 driveletters
is broken. Every group can access various drives. Changing group
causes disconnect drives.
Editing connection properties is simple by using the built in editor.
All network ressources are checked for availability. This takes place
in the background, so an offline state is detected immidiately.
The ip range of the browser can be configured in the widest range.
Very high speed for browsing by using 64 simultaneous threads!
The result of the range scan can de saved in Excel files (csv).
Complete networks can be listed and saved for documentation
Every ressource that is found can be assigned to the list by one click.
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