They show by client name, but the username is displayed next to the computer/client name. The clients don't show when there's nobody logged on to them, which is reasonable. However, you can group clients together in the same way that you can regular desktops. You just need to initiate a connection with the terminal server(s) (which can be done automatically in the config). Once you're connected to the terminal server, all the connected clients show.
Vision 6 or NetSupport,
The way forward with Internet is a proxy server you can use Squid and Dansguardian (alot of schools here run it) it's very easy to setup and maintain even with little / no Linux experience.
I have it installed in Ubuntu 9.04 and Ubuntu 10 in 2 diffrent schools and it works a treat - when exams are on we can block IP ranges so that certain IT suites can be used for nothing but Exams.
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