This is a tool for inventorying of resources in a Mac network.
This tool finds and scans remote Mac machines on a network via Bonjour, by IP or network names. It can also scan the network by probing IP address range. You do not need any other database support or Java servers to be running somewhere in the network. This Network Inventory Advisor for Mac works from any Mac OS X 10.6+ computer. It should be possible to remotely log-in to the target nodes. You will also need an admin password, of course. A complete report could be on every piece of Mac hardware and software on the net. Getting it working is simple. All you need to do is to install the inventory advisor and then drag the application to the application folder. You can then run the first scan right away.
The tool collects all the details about software and hardware present on the other Macs in your network and does this in a simple native Mac OS X user interface anyone would master in seconds. It is easy to track all the inventory data about remote Macs. Reports generated will reflect what is available. The administrator will be able to manage this from his desk easily. All connected devices, CPU details, network configuration, startup items, power settings and other valuable information becomes available to you for every new Mac computer added to the network. The collected data could be easily exported into a web-page or PDF for further presentation or sharing. You can create inventory templates and create custom tables. This is a very good tool.