NetSupport School is not just a classroom management solution; as part of our whole school approach, we also provide a dedicated Technicians’ Console for network managers and technicians to help support users and manage devices across the school.
Using the Tech Console you can:
Monitor all computers across the school network in a single view.
Monitor application and internet use on each Student PC.
Display all Students and Tutors by active class.
Group all computers by classroom or physical location.
Generate a full Hardware Inventory summary for a selected PC.
Generate a full Software Inventory for each PC, including Hotfixes.
Transfer files and folders to selected or all computers.
Show real-time USB memory stick status on all student PCs.
Edit the registry of a remote system.
Review individual NetSupport School client security settings remotely.
Ability to search for students by name, device or room.
Power on, Power off, Reboot and Log in to classroom computers remotely.
Launch a local command prompt window from the remote system on a Technician’s PC.
Automatically connect to students/teachers using Room mode.
Perform powerful 1:1 PC Remote Control on any selected computer, capture screenshots, annotate the screen and more.
Provide direct technical assistance to any classroom teacher.
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Tech Console – Details View – NetSupport School
Conduct a Chat with one or multiple students or teachers.
Broadcast messages to groups or all network users in seconds.
View policies and processes
View and control services, processes and applications running on each PC.
View/set Power Management policy for students and teachers.
View/set Windows Update policy for students and teachers.
View/set User Access Control policy for students and teachers.
View Antivirus status for students and teachers.
View/set Windows Firewall policy for students and teachers.
View Spyware status for students and teachers.
View/set Internet Explorer Phishing Filter for students and teachers.
View/set Internet Explorer Protected Mode policy for students and teachers.
Set “Always on” restrictions
Apply a school-wide set of internet and application restrictions that are ‘always on’. (Teachers can still apply local restrictions appropriate to a particular lesson).
Set ‘always on’ USB restrictions.
Set ‘always on’ CD/DVD restrictions.
Set ‘always on’ printer restrictions.