This article describes how to create a copy of Netscanner for testing purposes.
-Create a copy of the entire Netscanner Folder in another location (In this example I am using C:\Temp)
-create the folder C:\Temp\Netscanner, also create a subfolder for output files C:\Temp\Netscanner\Outbox
-copy "C:\Program Files (x86)\HEAT Software\SaaSIMClient\ClientAgent\Netscanner" C:\Temp\Netscanner
-Edit NetScan.xml to update the output path
-Change <OutputPath>C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\FRS\SaasIMClient\ClientMsgSender\Outbox\LanProbe.XML</OutputPath> to <OutputPath>C:\Temp\Netscanner\Outbox\LanProbe.XML</OutputPath>
-Edit the Subnet needing scanned if necessary using CIDR notation (If attempting to test a single endpoint such as 10.0.0.10, use 10.0.0.10/32)
-Open a Command prompt with Administrator rights
-Change directory: cd C:\Temp\Netscanner
-Run Netscanner (no switches are needed): Netscanner.exe
-Wait for it to complete and return to the Command line
-Send to support if requested and/or use your favorite text editor to view the output file in C:\Temp\Netscanner\Outbox. If you have multiple subnets being scanned you'll find a separate output file for each subnet.