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    Hi Folks,

    I used to use RCLogon to do this for the younger children in the IT suite. The teacher could log all the machines on with any username with a few key strokes, a great time saving utillity! But I've tried setting it up in a new suite with Windows 7 64 bit clients and it seems to be a dead duck. I've tried at length to get any of the psexec tools to run with no success after much google problem solving. So, is there another piece of software like RClogon that works on Win 7 machines please? Or, how do you do it?

    Many thanks,

    Ian

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