Network Inventory Advisor
Network Inventory Advisor
1.1

4.3

Network Inventory Advisor free download for Mac

Network Inventory Advisor

1.1
10 March 2014

Inventory your Mac network's software licenses, installed applications, and hardware.

Overview

Network Inventory Advisor is the only full-featured inventory solution built natively for OS X. The download is a 30-day demo, and pricing starts at $69 for up to 25 nodes (see pricing here). It's fast and easy to setup and run. Within a few minutes after downloading the free version, you can get in-depth reports on your Mac network software and hardware remotely.

What's new in Network Inventory Advisor

Version 1.1 (build 2689):
Added:
  • Tabular Reports can now be exported into CSV (comma separated)
Updated:
  • Scanning and reporting in OS X 10.9
Fixed:
  • Report building dialog resizing

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1 Network Inventory Advisor Reviews

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Vilennon
11 March 2014

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This app mislabeled as Free. It is Trialware which it specifies in the splash on first launch, asking if you want to "continue the 30 day trial" or enter a serial #.
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Version 1.1
Vilennon
11 March 2014
This app mislabeled as Free. It is Trialware which it specifies in the splash on first launch, asking if you want to "continue the 30 day trial" or enter a serial #.
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Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
ClearApps
ClearApps
13 March 2014
Network Inventory Advisor for Mac used to be free for 10 nodes before the latest update. We will update the app description accordingly. Please remove the negative rating, as it's not related to the software, but the listing. Thank you.
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Vilennon
Vilennon
13 March 2014
This was only rated 1 star b/c a rating was required to post the information. There does not seem to be a way of removing or changing the rating. The publisher has contacted me about changing the app's listing but I can't remove the 1 star review.
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qb
19 June 2014
@Viennon - instead of a "Review" for something like this try "Comment". You have that option once you click "Write a Review" to pick "Review", "Comment" or "Troubleshoot". Only "Review" makes you choose a star rating.
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