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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • will get you multicast DNS for free, so instead of nmapping your network, you can use a hostname of laptop.local, for example. MacOS supports this out of the box, too.
    • It's a Windows laptop. From what I can tell, the Apple Bonjour for Windows program lets the Windows laptop resolve *.local but doesn't automatically advertise anything, and I don't regularly have any Bonjour services running.

      So unless I want to download the Windows Bonjour SDK and write a taskbar program to just advertise "_workstation" for identity, nmap seems like an easier approach.

      Thanks for the suggestion, though. I wish Bonjour on Windows was more usable -- it would have been easier.

      -- dagolden