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    AB tutor control - anyway to override?

    Hi guys,

    We have AB Tutor Control installed throughout school.

    Occasionally we are called to a classroom to 'fix' a PC - to find the teacher is displaying work to everyone through Tutor Control.
    This means, we can't actually do anything until they are finished.

    Do you know anyway in which you can stop the display on an individual PC temporarily?

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    Stop the service on that PC from any other working station.

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    Thanks for the response - cue ludicrious question...how exactly is this done? (I am still training!)

    Cheers.

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    RE: Ab Tutor control

    you can either get the teacher to right click on that machine and select unlock, stop the services, or probably unplug the network cable?

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    go to the start menu, find run. type "services.msc" , find ab tutor on the list, right click and select stop

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    I didn't realise that was available Jonny - really useful! Thanks.

    Yes, I could also do that, but I can't do that logged on as a student, and the tutor control seems to take over PCs even if they are only on the log-on screen.

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    From your management station, right click my computer choose manage, then right click computer management (local) top left and select connect to another computer - type in the computer name and then you have remote access to stop the service...

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    Thanks :-) I have done that before for something else, knew it all rang a bell!
    Haha I don't know what I'd do without you lot!

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