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Accessing work areas from home and solutions for PC and Mac?

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by ictgoodpractice, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. Apart from ranger outpost - yuk, what are schools using to be able to access work from home or laptops dynamically rather than copy and paste. Needs to work on macs too?
     
  2. Apart from ranger outpost - yuk, what are schools using to be able to access work from home or laptops dynamically rather than copy and paste. Needs to work on macs too?
     
  3. Captain Obvious

    Captain Obvious New commenter

    My school has a citrix system installed - a couple of computer rooms have thin client terminals and all the hard work is done by the server.
    As a result, you can install the software at home and log in to your system that way. It's not really any good if you want to log into an existing school system, though.
     

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