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Export discovery as a text file

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Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 12, 2017

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You can export discovered results to a text file. You must first discover node details and expand the corresponding tree items to include details in the text version of the discovery. For example, if you have discovered a Windows Server and would like the user accounts included in the text file, you must first expand the accounts tree so the account details are discovered.

  1. Click File > Export wizard.
  2. Select the nodes to be included, and then click Next.
  3. Select the discovery groups you would like included in the report, and then click Next.
    Discovery groups include accounts, routes, shares, and other information discovered through SNMP. Your discovery results may not include all the groups. Results depend on the discovered device enter and what it supports.
  4. Specify to include the SNMP community strings if required, and then click Export.

Network Sonar can discover your network and create a Microsoft Access database. See Network Sonar

 
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