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NEWT Pro Network Inventory - Support / Service Tag for monitors
« Last post by ibsb on August 08, 2019, 08:51:43 AM »

Some monitor models (like Dell P2217H) come with a Service Tag beside the traditional Serial Number. It would be great if NEWT can show it in the scan report.
NEWT Pro Network Inventory - Support / Re: Two Monitor Computer
« Last post by ibsb on August 08, 2019, 08:28:30 AM »

Same situation here... some computers have video projectors attached and the reports shows them first.
I'm looking forward for the multiple display detection feature :)


Hi, we've been working to add this for a while now, but maybe we've been trying to do way too much at once.

We will do our best to get this feature added this month, even if it's something basic at first.

Thank you for letting us know, as it does greatly influence what we do here.

Please add the feature of partial scan (Discover) or specific address the same NewT Pro does.. Thanks

Thank you very much.  We are still working on this issue, but we should have something working very soon, hopefully this week.
I would like to add here that we are experiencing the same problem.  Only the Windows 7 PCs will show the monitor info.  All Windows 10 machines are not populating any monitor info and says that it was off during the scan, which they weren't.
Yep, we're also able to reproduce this, so I wanted to let you know we're working on it now. We may contact you by email to give it a test once it's ready. We have your email in your forum signup and purchase history. Thank you for letting us know about this.
Our system administrator and myself have tested several where one of us will be sitting at a pc to make sure the monitor is on while the other will do a scan. Each time we receive the same result. I appreciate the quick response and your help with this.
Hey there! It appears this may be a bug, but we will contact you soon once we've done some testing here at our labs. Thanks!

Just an FYI. the monitor does need to be on during boot for us to be able to read the EDID info, but I'm sure you have that on all or some you've tested.
Does anyone else have issues with monitor information missing from scans performed on Windows 10 machines? Every WIN 10 machine that's scanned shows the "Monitor off during boot?" error. I have done test scans on WIN 10 machines that I know for sure the monitor is on and receive the same error. Any tips or tricks to fix this?
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