Find all machines in the network which are not in the domain.

Posted on 2007-07-22
Last Modified: 2010-03-05

How can i search the network for machines not into the domain.But in the workgroup or part of any other domain other than my domain.

Question by:bsharath
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    Easiest way to find out through "Angry IP Scanner"

    Download it from:

    Run ipscan.exe -> Goto the "Options" Menu -> Options -> Click on 'Select scanned columns' button -> Move 'Group Name' field to 'Selected Columns' list. -> Click OK -> Click on 'Only Alive' Option -> Click on OK & Save Button.

    Add your Network IP range like to Click on Start
    It will give you list of online hosts. Sort this list by "Group Name"  Now check systems that does not have your domain name.

    Hope this helps!


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