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    Logon computer via iTALC? (or some other way..)

    Is it possible to logon all computers with iTALC? I know i can log them off but cant find a logon setting, maybe there is a command i can use?

    When performing administrative tasks where i need to be on the computer it's a nightmare running round and logging them all on manually.

    Is there any way to over come this?

    Also is there a command i can use to uninstall apps?

    It would be awesome if i could remote control all computers at once.

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    No idea about italc, but I use RCLogon , but only works with xp. uninstalling apps I would use appdeploy.com to find the uninstall command and use psexec to launch it.

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    aw, we're on 7 x64, thats for the suggestions.

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    iTALC has a Logon feature, I'm sure I've used it to logon our batch of 25 netbooks a few times... IIRC it asks for the domain, username and password.

    They're running XP though so I wouldn't know if it'll work on 7 for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uplift View Post
    Is it possible to logon all computers with iTALC? I know i can log them off but cant find a logon setting, maybe there is a command i can use?

    When performing administrative tasks where i need to be on the computer it's a nightmare running round and logging them all on manually.

    Is there any way to over come this?

    Also is there a command i can use to uninstall apps?

    It would be awesome if i could remote control all computers at once.
    I know I used to do it, and it worked for 37 machines at once.

    Think if I remember correctly its a few clicks to find it, but not used it in a long time.

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