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    OK, thanks. My laptop wasn't going when I did the scan - do I need to scan when all PCs on the network are actually running?

    I just used the default range in the scanner from .1 to .254 because all three PCs and the networked printer are within that range (they are all automatically assigned an IP address when they start up). Do WIFI devices on the network have an IP address assigned to them? If so, both my Nexus 7 and Herself's iPad were running when I did the scan.

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    Wired and wireless devices will be given ips automatically, unless you give them an ip manually

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    Incidentally you don't have to enter your email address when the scanner linked in Zaras PCW post is first run. I hate that sort of spammy thing. Just leave the email box blank and click, it says thanks for registering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Porritt View Post
    Incidentally you don't have to enter your email address when the scanner linked in Zaras PCW post is first run. I hate that sort of spammy thing. Just leave the email box blank and click, it says thanks for registering.
    Not here it didn't, insisted on an email address. I made one up, it accepted that

    It identified my media server, but said it is not exploitable.

    So that's nice
    FTW

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarameaDave View Post
    Not here it didn't, insisted on an email address. I made one up, it accepted that

    It identified my media server, but said it is not exploitable.

    So that's nice
    I must have caught it unawares, before it had time to think

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    I always knew UPnP was a bad idea. Never used it...
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