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19th September 2008, 10:45 AM #1
LanSchool - Task Manager
I believe LanSchool Client 'disables' the Task Manager. I know there is a registry setting which I changed but it seemed to come back disabled after reboot.
The media rooms do have a genuine use for the Task Manager, is there any way to enable it permanently if LanSchool is installed?
I know it opens up the risk of students killing Student.exe but it is quite a decent group of students up there.
19th September 2008, 11:02 PM #2
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In v7.1 you can allow taskmgr.exe in the allowed list and when you limit applications it will enable task manager. We have a new release that comes out in about a week and a half that will include a check box to allow task manager so teachers will not need to know taskmgr.exe.
Originally Posted by googlemad
I hope that helps...
Thanks to bencahoon from:
chasmoes (1st October 2010)
1st October 2010, 05:38 PM #3
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Good answer, thanks
Originally Posted by bencahoon
1st October 2010, 07:15 PM #4
I thought there was a tick box already hidden inside one of the options menus??
This drives me nuts as well thou, as it even over rides it when you logon as admin which is a bit irritating. One of those things I live with thou, as Lanschool is a brilliant program.
EDIT: OK had a look, there is a tick box that says limit task manager/activity monitor but it doesn't actually seem to do anything to the client.
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