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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    Quote Originally Posted by flyinghaggis
    The only downside is that the online licence activation connects to their server everytime you run the viewer program which is way too harsh IMO. Still there's nothing to touch it at the price that we've found so far.
    What does it do if the internet is down then? Just doesn't work? I don't trust the BGfL net connection

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    What does it do if the internet is down then? Just doesn't work? I don't trust the BGfL net connection
    It'll live without the internet activation for a week.

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    RM Tutor 3, netsupport RMified.

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    There is also the opensource italc. It has not been fully released yet and is still in testing but it seemed to work OK in vmware when I was testing it. Would be nice to know if anyone is using it in a working environment.

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    Does LANview also allow this but gives too much control to teachers if this is what you wanted to use it for.

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    hi all
    the best software for keeping an eye on pupils and sharing screens etc.is
    vision 6

    vision6 master
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    watch the demo you'll like this

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    We also use Vision6 (distrubuted by codework.com). The product works really well and the support is 1st class.
    I believe a new version is about to be released - that's the summer hols spoken for then!

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    AB Tutor Control here, did use Sanako for a long time but compared to AB it was very flaky reliability wise and a lot more expensive with less functionality. (Do I have to say more to back these claims up or is that ok?)

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    Been messing with italc this morning and eventually got it working on one teachers machine and one desktop and its pretty nice.

    You can freeze machines individually or my room.
    Take remote control.
    Log off and log on user
    Shutdown and reboot.
    Haven't got the demo thingy working and the vnc took a minute to appear but it does work.

    Pretty slick interface but the installation was a mare as I already had tightvnc installed and then the keys weren't being created when I had to reinstall.

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    we use Viglen remote learning tutor

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    Re: Displaying what the teacher is doing on all workstations

    Have a look at NetOp School (http://www.netop.com/netop-8.htm).

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