How to view Network Users and Objects with InfoFind

Opening the Network Objects Form

You can access the Network Objects Form from the menu [Information]->[Network Users and Objects]. Older versions of Windows such as Windows 95, 98, and ME will not have the ability to open or see this form.

Network Users and Objects

This form will list all of the computer users, groups of users, and computers on the computer network that you are connected to. An example of when you would use this form is if you work with several or more people you may need to find out who created a file. Windows will often tell you the login of the person that created it but not their name. This form will allow you to search through all logins to find the name. If you are managing computers and users at work then you could use this form to generate an Excel report of all computers and users on your network. At the top of this form select a network domain from the list or click the [Default] button in the toolbar. After that you can click on the tab of the items that you want to view and then use the text boxes to filter the results. You can right click on any list and then print an Excel report or save the list to a file.

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Item Detail

The detail form is accessed from the main [Network Users and Objects] form by double-clicking on an item from one of the lists. It displays details about individual items on your computer or computer's network. An example of when you could use this is to find out when a user last logged on to their computer. The type of information will vary based upon the network setup.

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