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What software/ hardware is recommended to control laptops/ workstations connecting to our network?

Posted on 2008-10-27
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Can someone recommend software or hardware that will monitor who is attaching to our wifi or network?

Our server is setup as a domain with DHCP.  Internet access is available to all who can plug in a network cable.

Perhaps there is a configuration in Server 2003 we could use?

Please advise how we can control and monitor our system better.  
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You can use a network scannner to find out all the machines that are connected in you network.
http://www.softperfect.com/products/networkscanner/ 
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