Enterprise Software

iInventory computer tracking software: The Right Tool for the Job?

Database selection

iInventory provides you with a number of choices when it comes to where you want to store your asset records. For small installations with fewer than 100 assets to track, iInventory can save the information into an Access-compatible database. Medium-sized installations that track more than 100 assets may want to use the MSDE version of Microsoft SQL Server. You can also opt to save the tracking information into a full-fledged SQL Server database. If you do not already have SQL Server in your organization, you must install it before using iInventory.

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Since 1994, Scott Lowe has been providing technology solutions to a variety of organizations. After spending 10 years in multiple CIO roles, Scott is now an independent consultant, blogger, author, owner of The 1610 Group, and a Senior IT Executive w...

3 comments
BeBoo
BeBoo

The installer doesn't seem to like Vista. It said I needed to have MSDC or something like that installed and it fails to register a DLL it installs and the installation never continues.

learn4ever
learn4ever

I like 'Global Network Inventory'. So much info that I always find what I need to know.