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FAQ

How to remove “dead” PC`s from a scanning result.

Delete stored data.

Advanced IP Scanner -> Settings -> Options -> Misc -> Delete stored data.

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Advanced IP Scanner helpful tips & tricks

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About Radmin Club

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… and welcome!

Advanced IP scanner, Radmin and Radmin VPN were downloaded more than 50 million times so we assumed such a big community of IT specialists would be helpful.

How you can use this Community?

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Clear history

I work on networks behind other people and have to find what IP's are in use. I have been using the IP Scanner to do this. The only problem I have found is that the program seems to keep a history file. Most of the time I do not care what use to be on the network only what is currently active. Example: say yesterday I scanned a network and found unit 192.168.1.4 as it was active at the time. If I scan it today it will still show the .4 machine even if it's been turned off. Is there a way to clear the history? Or to have the scanner not show inactive devices?
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I ran an IP scan, how do I get rid the extra active ports?

I have attached a screen shot of the results.
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ip scan.odt (98.46 Kb)
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WOW! Huge Muck-Up!

Apparently I've got some kind of nasty in my PC.  My Advanced IP Scanner started doing strange things, like repeating the same device under different IP Addresses (duplicating MAC Addresses and all!)  It doesn't save my renaming, and it copies comments to other devices.  I thought I had a bad install, so I uninstalled and downloaded the latest version.  That didn't cure it, so I'm going to try a reboot, and if that doesn't work, I'm going to tear apart my laptop to figure out what the hell is going on.  

Before I do that, though, has anyone else seen this problem?  
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