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    Messaging program to staff computers

    Think i've read on here someone asking this before.
    Is there any programs out there that allow me to write a message that then appears on the computers I selected as a popup. Like when you use the net send command for example
    I know you can do this using net send and scripts, but I thought maybe there is a nice little application out there that can do this and maybe even can pick computers from a OU in AD?

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    We have Netsupport Notify which does this function for us.
    We also use their Netsupport School classroom management software which has more local messaging control for teachers etc.
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    If you have full office 2010 you can use SharePoint Workspace. Here you not only can send messages but also create shared workspaces (sharing documents, etc.). But we banned it for pupil use as they were chatting to each other all the time.



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