Neon Software has updated its
software for Macintosh to version 8.6. The newest release of the desktop and network management software features enhancements like a Universal binary version of the Neon Responder software. LANsurveyor prices start at $995; upgrades from previous versions cost $199.
LANsurveyor is used to map network topologies, report hardware and software assets and remotely manage and monitor computers and network devices. It supports multiple platforms.
Neon Responder enables LANsurveyor users to directly access computers on the network, providing complete reporting information, accepting software distributions and more. This software element is now available as a Universal binary that works natively on Intel and PowerPC-based Macs alike.
Also new in the 8.6 release is complete support for the new Linux-based Neon Responder, more complete Windows-based Neon Responder asset reports, more than 150 new vendor icons, an updated user interface and more.
LANsurveyor users on current maintenance agreements and those who purchased the software after Sep. 1, 2006 can upgrade to 8.6 for free.
System requirements call for Mac OS 9, X 10.1.5 or later (excluding Mac OS X v10.2.8), including Panther and Tiger, 64MB RAM.