10-Strike Network File Search 2.2
|Platform:||Vista, Windows, Mobile|
|Requirements:||Network (NetBios, TCP port #139, ICMP should be enabled in the firewall)|
|Install:||Install and Uninstall|
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10-Strike Network File Search - Search files on network servers and computers. Search files on FTP servers. Enter the search phrase or file masks and find the information you need. Preview search results and open found files directly from the remote computers or copy them to your hard drive. Generate and save handy reports.
For network users: Find the necessary files on your local network! You can search documents on a corporate file server or look up new photos and multimedia files on your neighbours' computers. The preview feature allows you to filter out the unnecessary information.
For network administrators: Search servers and users' computers including the administrative resources (shared disks c$, d$, e$, etc.). You can delete the unnecessary and temporary files from remote computers. Find all video or MP3 files that your users hide on servers.
10-Strike Network File Search looks up network computers in Microsoft Windows Network and scans sets of IP addresses or IP address ranges. The program scans shared resources using the multithreading technology; this helps cutting the search time significantly. What other programs search for an hour, our program finds in a few minutes!
List of Changes:
Version 2.2 from 2012-10-25Show all changes
Version 2.1 from 2010-03-23
Added ability to create separate folders for each remote computer when downloading files from multiple PCs.
Version 1.8 from 2009-11-10
Added case-sensitive file and folder searching.
Version 1.7 from 2009-06-01
The Pro version: Added searching for multiple text strings. Fixed deleting read-only files.
Version 1.6 from 2009-05-20
Added the context search. The program searches for an entered substring in network files and only lists the files that contain the substring.
Version 1.5 from 2008-05-23
Added exporting data to CSV and XML formats. Added displaying computer names instead of IP addresses in reports.