ap "at" hamachi.cc
Mon Apr 18 07:59:01 2005
Have you considered content-filtering firewall ? Most of them
are packaged as a service solution, so there's a monthly fee,
but it sure beats in-person monitoring.
Mel Dundas-taylor wrote:
> I've just subscribed to this site and am probably asking an already answered question. I administer a high school network and "Duty of care" demands that I monitor the students' access to the internet to prevent access to inapropriate sites. Up to now VNC has been brilliant especially in conjunction with VNCon. However now the students have realised that the moment the VNC icon changes colour they right click on it and "disconnect client" thus breaking the link. Now students log on to inappropriate sites but keep their mouse icon hovering over the disconnect link.
> Is there a way to 1. prevent this.
> 2. remove the VNC icon from the students' system tray?
> "Eagles soar with the wind
> but Weasels don't get sucked into jet engines!"
> Mel Dundas-Taylor
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