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What is the Dos command for scanning the networkinventory for the asset name??

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If you had a serial number but no Asset name of the node; how do you go about searching that on your LAN?
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You could use some 3rd party software, such as Total Network Inventory:

http://www.softinventive.com/products/total-network-inventory/
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Thank you! TNI did help! Now I've just got to see how to sort all the asset to pin point to a certain serial. Thanks again!
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