The Network Scan will scan active directory, then the IP range of the network to find non-AD devices including printers, Linux, IP phones, etc. It will use SNMP to try to gather info from non-windows devices, and it will use WMI and remote registry over the LAN to gather information on the Windows PCs.
What does the Network Scan do? What protocols does it use?
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