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Hi, We use https://veyon.io/ and find it pretty good for our purposes. Rgds Ivo On Thu, Sep 24, 2020 at 7:40 AM Danny Murray wrote: > Same with us, running on Windows 10 just fine with about 60 PCs. > > On Thu, 24 Sep 2020 at 00:22, […]
Same with us, running on Windows 10 just fine with about 60 PCs. On Thu, 24 Sep 2020 at 00:22, michael ruane wrote: > Hi folks, > We had this on PCs in our computer lab….teacher could monitor 30 student > PCs from the teacher’s computer. […]
Hi Michael, We have it running on Windows 10, no issues. Upgraded in August, and running fine since. Kind regards, Mark On Thu 24 Sep 2020, 00:23 michael ruane, wrote: > Hi folks, > We had this on PCs in our computer lab….teacher could […]
Hi folks, We had this on PCs in our computer lab….teacher could monitor 30 student PCs from the teacher’s computer. We upgraded to Windows 10 and it is no longer supported. Would anyone on here have any alternative suggestions. Thank you in […]
Hi, Yes, we had an official bank account as we’re a national school. I didn’t notice your subject association comment in the first email. I can see where that might be a challenge. I was involved in setting up an account for someone’s small business […]
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