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From: Bill Kendrick <nbs@so...> - 2006-01-20 19:38:50
I received the following question from a fellow who handles IT support
for a school that would like to use Tux Paint.
The teachers would like to start using your program but due to the way
their network is configured it would be labor intensive to install it
on 160+ machines. Because they have over 650 users we block them from
downloading to the local drive.
Is there a way to do a server install and allow access to that or is
it limited to 1 user at a time? They are running Win 2000 server and
all the machines run XP Pro.
I have no clue as to whether this is possible (and if not, why it wouldn't
work). I've told him to give it a try, but in the meantime thought I'd
ask around these lists. Has anyone done this, or know if it's possible?
Is there anything specific one has to do to get it to work???
PS - This is something we should have listed in the FAQ, since it's
been asked a few times. :^) (It should probably go in the Windows
installation guide for Tux Paint, too!).
Thanks in advance,
-bill! Tux Paint 2006 wall calendar,
bill@... CDROM, bumper sticker & apparel