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Network Discovery Question

Network Discovery Question

Network Discovery Question

(OP)
You know when you enable network discovery and key in the subnets & masks etc etc etc and then network discovery later on shows these subnets with locks against them.  What does the lock mean, cos some have locks and some dont, plus it also picks up other subnets that werent specified.

Any ideas?

Who's that girl! :)

RE: Network Discovery Question

Locks indicate that Network Discovery has successfully identified these subnets and have "locked" them into place.  Its a sign that the specified subnets are valid and SMS recognizes them.

Rod Trent
http://www.myITForum.com - formerly SWYNK.com
Microsoft SMS Installer ISBN:0072124474
Admin911:SMS ISBN:0072130229
IIS 5.0: A Beginner's Guide - ISBN:0072133724
 

RE: Network Discovery Question

(OP)
Oh i see. Thanks Rod.(A reply from Rod Trent himself) I feel honoured.  I have a few of your SMS books.. maybe i should go and read them again.

Once again .. thanks Rod.

Lola

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