To expand on Tommy's reply...
We also use Altiris Vision to remotely control & demo software in a few
labs--it's really used for teaching more than for "spying".
> In a message dated 3/25/04 12:13:27 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:
> How do other network administrators deal with this? Has anyone taken
> network access from a teacher for abuse?
> Should the IT department buy software that helps monitor students? Does
> this software require local administrative rights?
> Staff have to live up to the terms of your Acceptable Use Policy, and
>that policy should cover unauthorized installations, compliance with
>licensing agreements, etc.
> However, we have used browser histories, e-mail records, and other
>log-in features to nail little darlins when necessary.
> Tommy J. Walz
> Technology Coordinator
> Barre Supervisory Union
> 120 Ayers St.
> Barre VT 05641
> Tel 802-476-5011
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