LanSchool 7.7 with Crack: Pros, Cons and Alternatives of Classroom Management Software
A word of caution here: if you do this just be sure you are testing your LAN school software on your own computer first or on someone elses because this software could make your girlfriends laptop a lame biotch, or it could ruin you marriage. I would recommend adding the LAN School Viewer to a group policy to make it fully portable. This would have you or someone run the program with admin rights or a certificate for full function. We could do this easily because we have Admin rights on our host operating system but the school may not have any control over user rights on the teacher's machine. You would also need the group policy editor for all computers to be run on.
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The Lan school Viewer will only work on XP systems so we only tested it under Windows XP. Once you have the new software installed you need to make sure the filter is set to allow client traffic through the firewall. We tried the above but it wasn't working, however I am sure you could find a setting that would allow client traffic if you really had to. If you do not allow client traffic through the firewall your school LANSchool Viewer will fail to connect to any of the computers.
Our next step was to figure out if our school's firewall was blocking us or not. I was making a backup of the systems in question onto another system but wasn't able to connect to the systems. I then tried a VPN connection to the school to see if that would open the firewalls ports. It didn't. After a lot of scrolling and screwing about I finally found an option under the firewall settings. I selected the option 'Remote Desktop Connections'. It had a few settings but the important one for us was to allow Remote connections over port 3389. Once that was done I could finally successfully connect with VPN and LANSchool viewer.