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    Single-in for computer lab environment

    Good Morning all, I am looking for a free alternative to italc with the purpose of logging in a computer lab with a single user name & password. I had previously used Italc but since it removed the login feature it has become a nightmare to login the 25+ computers.

    OS: Windows XP & Windows 7

    Looked at Netop Vision buy very exspensive so was hoping anyone could offer some alternatives

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    I use Impero for that. Although the Login feature does not really work with our Dutch Windows 7 installations (I never bothered to contact Impero on this, as its not an dealbreaker) you can use the MIMIC function for this perfectly.

    I just send a CTRL-ALT-DEL to all computers, then send a: "USERNAME, TAB, PASSWORD, ENTER" Mimic script and they all login perfectly!

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    Sorry, you said free... My bad..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiebbe View Post
    I use Impero for that. Although the Login feature does not really work with our Dutch Windows 7 installations (I never bothered to contact Impero on this, as its not an dealbreaker) you can use the MIMIC function for this perfectly.

    I just send a CTRL-ALT-DEL to all computers, then send a: "USERNAME, TAB, PASSWORD, ENTER" Mimic script and they all login perfectly!

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    Sorry, you said free... My bad..
    Hello

    Feel free to bother us If you raise a ticket (or PM me your details and I cna raise it) as we have a exe that can run that will let us know what we need to change in the code to get it work for you.

    Russell

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    Do these machines always login as the same user? If so why not just setup autologin?
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