The Main features of MvPCinfo are: * Operates under all Windows operating systems from Windows v 3.1 onward * all-in-one concept: only one file (mvpcinfo.exe ~900K) is required; * doesn't require installation on the workstations and can be run from a floppy, a flash-drive, or network drive or from domain login script; * can work hidden; * doesn't cause unexpected trouble for clients: no reboots, no DOS-windows; * provides Automatic network inventory in easy-to-use manner * affordable prices (all licenses allow using MvPCinfo on unlimited number of machines); * 2-year free update period. Other features: * detects the computer components: Processor, BIOS, Memory, Motherboard, CD-ROM, Disks, Video, Sound, Network cards, IP, MAC and email addresses; * detects the computer details: Model, Manufacturer, Service and Asset tags (for brand PCs only); * detects the peripherals: Modems, Keyboards, Monitor, Mouse, Printers; * collects data on Installed Software, Running Processes and NT services; * lets you Edit collected data, Append and Fill in Custom Fields; * contains embedded LAN scanner and allows Remote Machine Testing; * provides you with flexible control with command line parameters and Configuration File (A Configuration File Builder utility is included); * report printing and data saving in TXT, CSV, HTM and XML file formats, is provided by MvPCinfo; * enables the creation of customized reports with templates; * lets you to customize view of program window.
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