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    Question iTalc - Execute Commands

    We've been using iTalc successfully in our school for about 2+ years on Windows XP. Looking into the features and seeing "execute commands," I am unsure of what I can actually execute, i.e. the syntax, or what commands I can used.

    It would be great to have the ability to open all computers to a specific web page, if this is possible. Anyone with a better understanding of this?

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    if you can put it in a batch file or script then you can use italc to execute it.

    1. install software via command line
    2. change steaystate or deepfreeze settings
    3. virus updates
    4. force gpupdate
    5. change wireless keys/settings via batch file
    6. delete or copy over shortcuts

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