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bernardo
Engaged Sweeper
What are NAS devices?. In All NAS devices I can see some PCs and some servers.
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Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Lock against scanning protects against future scans (the information won't be overwritten)

To add new device types you need to manually add them to table tsysdevicetypes.
bernardo
Engaged Sweeper
Can I customize device type. I see under the list that Lansweeper shows and I cannot see the real device type and dont like to see it as unknown.
On the other hand, what really means "lock against scanning"?. It protect only that future scannings modify this field?
bernardo
Engaged Sweeper
There are 5 devices:

1) Server with IBM AS400 OS. It has open ports 21; 23; 137 and 515
2) PC with Windows 2000 Pro. It has open ports 135 and 139
3) PC with Windows 98. It has opne port 139
4) Notebook with Windows XP Home. Now it´s out of my network. So I cannt know open ports
5) PC with Windows 98. It has open port 139
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
1) Server with IBM AS400 OS. It has open ports 21; 23; 137 and 515
-> you need to manually change the device type and check the "lock against scanning" checkbox
2) PC with Windows 2000 Pro. It has open ports 135 and 139
Enable netbios over tcp/ip to open port 445
3) PC with Windows 98. It has opne port 139
-> you need to manually change the device type and check the "lock against scanning" checkbox
4) Notebook with Windows XP Home. Now it´s out of my network. So I cannt know open ports
->Enable netbios over tcp/ip to open port 445
5) PC with Windows 98. It has open port 139
-> you need to manually change the device type and check the "lock against scanning" checkbox

(note that windows 98 is not discovered as a windows computer because we don't support it)
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
Which pc's and servers are detected? (OS)
Which ports do they have open?
bernardo
Engaged Sweeper
But in this way the report is unreliable. Can I fix this?
Hemoco
Lansweeper Alumni
bernardo wrote:
What are NAS devices?. In All NAS devices I can see some PCs and some servers.

If not all windows ports are open (port 135,139,445) but only ports 139 the device is classified as a NAS (network attached storage)