Network DeepScan has been created to help users detect NetBios and FTP resources available in the local area network (LAN).
The tool is easy to get on the system and it does not pose any trouble for the type of users it addresses. The interface is intuitive, with a layout that makes available all the menus an options in plain sight.
In the left hand part of the application window there are the options for customizing the network scan as well as the type of files the tool should look for.
The search operation can focus on multiple IP address ranges, which can be stored in the program and enabled whenever necessary.
Among the options available there is the possibility to look for FTP resources and even files that are hidden or belong to the system.
Defining the files is a flexible task that can be customized by providing the size of the target as well as part of the file name. Moreover, Network DeepScan is able to look into sub-folders in order to get the job done.
The product integrates a file manager specifically designed for browsing the data in the network. It can be customized to show thumbnails for the entries and offers the chance to resize them for a better view.
Network DeepScan is easy to work with and to configure. It can be set to use multiple working threads and allows the user to add particular programs for opening the network resources.
Keep in mind that the application has not been updated in a while and it may not be compatible with newer versions of Windows.