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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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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 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?

Not saving device names

Correct me if I'm wrong, but when I change the name of a device to something I recognize, isn't that supposed to be saved to a database somewhere, so that the next time I run the program, that field gets populated with my inputs?  Isn't that the whole idea?   Cuz mine ain't doing that.  If I run the program, change the device names, then wait a few days and run it again, they're all gone, and I'm looking at device names like "amazon-7c47702ef.lan".  Is there a switch or an option I'm supposed to set?

248 unknown ports. How do I get those to disconnect from my router?

After running an IP scan I have 6 active ports, which is correct.  However there are 248 unknown ports.  How do I get those to disconnect from my router?
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