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    kstanush
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    Re: IP Subnets

    You would have to add each computer either by ip or name (dns or Netbios). There isn't any way to add a group of computers by subnet. You can create a grouping in Hyena so that you can create a name that represents a subnet, then add all of the computers in that subnet into that group. But if another computer is added to the subnet, you would have to manually add that computer into your "subnet group". An easy way to add computers into the Object Manager is to multi-select them in the right window and then select "Add to Object Manager". You would still need to go into Object Manager then and just move them under a group object.

    You can then display all of the computers in this grouping and run Exporter Pro exports on them all at once by selecting the Tools->Exporter Pro->Export Selected Objects.

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  • dabeebe2000
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    IP Subnets

    I know I read on here that you cannot add subnets to scan for Windows Servers, rather you have to add the IP's manually. What I would like to do, but I am not sure if possible, is add every IP for the subnets in my data center to the ad_objects file without having to add a name. It appears that needs to be done. The end goal would be to have all the possible IP's in the subnet and then to just be able to view all the Windows servers in the right pane by name rather than IP, but IP would be ok as well. Any thoughts on if this is possible and the easiest way to do this so I can generate reports off of that list after getting all active Windows servers?
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