Windows Thread, view all computers and logged on users in Technical; Originally Posted by zag
How does it work? Does it use login scripts?
EDIT: Ahh it uses an ...
20th April 2012, 09:10 AM #16
But equally "Classroom management software" is overkill when you just want to manage logins.
Originally Posted by zag
I work with norphy, and userlock is a precise, focussed solution to a precise set of problems we wanted to solve in a way that other solutions (including the full-blown "classroom management software" alternatives) were not. For example, it very neatly solves the problem with exam account scheduling that I describe in this post.
Last edited by Roberto; 20th April 2012 at 09:14 AM.
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20th April 2012, 09:41 AM #17
I think you have to look and say what do you have in place is better to replace existing solution with another one and what are benefits etc. Even before I worked at Impero when working in the 'real world' I always subscribed to theory of if as part of project I could replace something that I was going to need to replace in years time and future proof me then I will try and get money to do that.
Originally Posted by Roberto
20th April 2012, 10:42 AM #18
Is Impero simple enough for teachers to use for classroom management though?
Looks a little complicated to me.
20th April 2012, 10:49 AM #19
Quite. This is why we solved the problem I was having in the other post with Userlock rather than just with a bunch of scripts, so that we could take advantage of the extra options it offered us to improve our service.
Originally Posted by russdev
20th April 2012, 02:07 PM #20
i tested out Impero , as well as lanschool and ab tutor .
Abtutor was the best priced and easiest to use .
The problem i found with either Impereo or lanschool ( cant remember which ), the version i used if the teacher didnt reset the policy lets say ' disable usb drives' even after a reset they was still disabled ! Not very good with some teachers ! .
I like abtutors licencing as well , we only have 4 ICT suites + a smaller one so it was quite cheap ! .
20th April 2012, 02:26 PM #21
Thanks, yeh thats what I thought.
Originally Posted by 2097
The other software seems more designed for network admins rather than teachers.
20th April 2012, 05:21 PM #22
In previous version all groups did that in current version there an option to have a group that doesn't do that...
Originally Posted by 2097
22nd April 2012, 06:21 PM #23
PsLoggedOn lets you check whether anyone is logged on to a particular computer or search the network to see whether a particular user is logged on.
Not quite what you are looking for, but it seemed worth adding to the list.
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