|Mar 22, 2012, 06:19 AM||#1|
I want to monitor my local network and l have well over a hundred computers on my network. Is there a app that runs on iOS specifically iPad that will allow me to view my students screens without having to download anything on there computers and all of these computers are windows 7 based machines.
|Mar 22, 2012, 07:41 AM||#3|
Viewing them individually is simple enough - there are several iPad apps that handle the Windows RDP protocol. Personally I use PocketCloud Pro - it just requires that RDP access is turned on in Windows.
Bear in mind, however, that you can only view one screen at a time - not in groups.
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