Net Monitor for Classroom is a program that allows a view of a computer monitor of a remote computer, which is connected to the network. After start the program displays the screens of all remote computers. Teacher can also lock the remote computers.
Nov 24, 2015 22:29:23
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Description: Net Monitor for Classroom is a program that allows a 'view' of a computer monitor of a remote computer, which is connected to the network. To be able to view a computer monitor of the remote computer, the program Net Objective, which you receive with the program Net Monitor for Classroom, must be installed and running on this particular remote computer. The program can be used on networks that use the TCP/IP network protocol. Immediately after the program Net Monitor for Classroom is started, it checks if the program Net Objective connected to a teacher's computer, is running on any of the remote computers. After that, the program displays the windows of all remote computers, where with time (depending on the adjustments) the picture appears, which is displayed on the monitor of the remote computer. A teacher also has the ability to send a message to the students' computers. Teacher can lock the remote computers at any time.
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