I just discovered the wonderful capabilities of iTalc for my classroom computer lab. However, after following the directions provided for iTalc and NComputing (Using iTalc 2.0.0 and Windows 7), I was only able to access the main computers on each NComputing station. I attempted to fix this problem. First, I was able to run more than one instance of ica.exe on each computer in a station by disabling the service in Windows 7 and relying on the application alone. Second, I placed the bat file in the all users start menu since the registry wasn't running it on all computers. Unfortunately, I found out ica.exe no longer runs the -ivsport 5901 parameter in iTalc 2.0.0 (I executed a shortcut with the command to ensure the problem was not in the bat file). Without adding a port to the IP address, I am only able to see one computer on the station depending on which computer ran the ica.exe last. Does the new iTalc have a better feature than the ivsport parameter for distinguishing separate computers with the same IP address? Does anyone know of another workaround?
You'll probably want to post this on an NComputing forum and also on any educational technology forum that you can.
I'm having the same problem! Please give a shout out if you find a way to make iTalc 2.0 work on nComputing Thanks!
the port that I see it works with is 11100.. but not sure how it does it with ncomputing..
you might wanna give it a try with that port.. IP:11100 should be the main workstation..
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