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billthecreator

Who's in my network

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BrettF
BrettF

Try this:

#Include <Array.au3>
#include <iNet.au3>
TCPStartup()

Global $aComputers[255][2]
Global $count = 0
Global $IP = @IPAddress1

$minIP = 100;192.168.0.100 is the lowest IP i have
$maxIP = 110;192.168.0.110 is the highest IP i will have, so no need to go higher/lower

If $IP = "127.0.0.1" Then
    MsgBox(0, "Error", "It appears no connection is availible.  Now exiting...")
    Exit
EndIf

$aIP = StringSplit($IP, ".")

If $aIP[0] <> 4 Then
    MsgBox(0, "", "Invailid IP (Possibly using IPv6),  Now exiting...")
    Exit
EndIf

$pre = $aIP[1] & "." & $aIP[2] & "." & $aIP[3] & "."

For $i = $minIP to $maxIP
    $pingIP = $pre & $i
    TrayTip ("", "Now Pinging... " & $pingIP, 10)
    $ping = Ping ($pingIP, 75)
    If $ping Then
        $name = _TCPIpToName ($pingIP)
        If @error Then $name = -1 & "(error = " & @error & ")"
        $count += 1
        $aComputers[$count][0] = $pingIP
        $aComputers[$count][1] = $name
    EndIf
Next

MsgBox (0, "", $count & " computers found!")

ReDim $aComputers[$count + 1][2]
$aComputers[0][0] = $count
_ArrayDisplay ($aComputers)
TCPShutdown ( )

Cheers,

Brett

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billthecreator

Thats something like i want, but i turned up that there wasnt any.

Maybe this will clarify:

The computers in the Network folder shows like 40+ computers. i want that in a list.


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Authenticity

If there is already associated name with each machine it's all in the registry under the key (for Windows XP):

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\ComputerDescriptions

Just use RegEnumKey to enumerate them all.

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Authenticity

So use the search as I did. I've search for a known name of one of our machines in the network, probably there is a parallel key in Vista. If no, there is always the good WMI object to retrieve some Windows properties of your machine account.

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