PrinterLogic comes with a built-in network scan tool that allows IT staff to scan their subnets to locate network attached printers. It creates a csv file that contains the printer’s IP Address, Hostname, Model, and Serial number. Using this data, you can then easily add the printers into the PrinterLogic software to start managing them. In this blog we will go over how to use the network scan tool and go over a couple of tips when using this tool to easily add and start managing your printers.
This powerful tool is designed to be simple and quick. We have seen this tool not only be used to gather printers into PrinterLogic to manage them, but it has also been used to track down printers that IT Administrators didn’t even know were added to the network. Take advantage of this tool in your instance of PrinterLogic, or if you are seeing this for the first time, you can acquire a free complimentary proof of concept of PrinterLogic by going to printerlogic.com.