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NetSupport School Centralized Computing Edition is a class leading training software solution, providing Teachers with the ability to instruct monitor and interact with their Students.
 
With a wealth of unique and innovative features, NetSupport School Centralized Computing Edition (CCE) is consistently voted “Top of the Class” by industry experts. Combining advanced classroom PC monitoring, real-time Presentation and Annotation tools, with an innovative customised Testing suite, Internet and Application control, automated Lesson Plans, Printer Management, Instant Messenger control, Content Monitoring and Desktop Security, NetSupport School CCE rises to the challenge and requirements of today’s modern classroom.
 
The CCE version is good for SUNDE H4 and earlier multi-user zero clients in Windows Multipoint Server 2011 and Windows Server 2008 OS environments (Windows Client OSs like XP, 7 and 8 are not supported by NetSupport School CCE).
 
Planning an Installation
For a Teacher to be able to connect and communicate with each student, the NetSupport School CCE Student component must be installed on the host OS.
 
Installing NetSupport School
On each host that is running SUNDE NetPoint Server run the NetSupport School CCE installation program.
 
1. On the “Custom Setup” dialog choose the Student option. If you require the NetSupport Tutor to be installed in the host OS, you should also select the Tutor Console option. Alternatively, install the Tutor Console on the teacher’s computer.
 
2. On the Room Identification dialog enter the name of the Room that the SUNDE user stations are located in, this information will be used to ensure that the teacher and students are connected to each other using NetSupport School CCE.
 
Congratulations, you have completed a basic installation of NetSupport School in a SUNDE Multi-User environment, for more installation and configuration options please refer to the NetSupport School Manual or other support resources on NetSupport School website.