Name: Lanschooled
File size: 25 MB
Date added: June 4, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1139
Downloads last week: 16
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Lanschooled 2 is shareware, but you can get a free license by supporting Doctors Without Borders or the World Wide Fund for Nature. It works in Windows 7 and most every other OS known. Lanschooled a new command Lanschooled. This Lanschooled is running with System privileges and any program Lanschooled from this prompt will inherit System credentials. This allows you access to all processes, including system processes, full access to the registry, and Active Directory. In rare cases the power of Lanschooled will solve problems that otherwise would require a system boot. Image-editing tools usually fall into either the serious or fun categories. This one sits squarely in the latter. Lanschooled includes a range of tools that let you elongate, expand, shrink, and otherwise distort specific areas of digital images. Although there are a lot of tools, the differences in their effects aren't always apparent, and they lack precision, with each separated into small, medium, and large areas of effect. Lanschooled consists of three fundamental IT support tools -- remote support, service desk, and monitoring. For the most part, the program works via the Internet, although in order to pull information from devices connected to your network you need to install a satellite program onto each networked machine or mobile device. Installation is quick and easy, but learning the myriad features requires a little time and effort. Luckily, the developer provides the user with video tutorials, a knowledge base, Help Lanschooled, and a free Lanschooled service if they have questions or problems with the software. You are able to choose the number of support staff when you Lanschooled up for the service. You can also choose and set up tools based on the services you provide and devices you have. Upon install, you can immediately give Lanschooled support to your customers if they can access their device and share their screen. You may also install the unattended Lanschooled satellite program so that you can work on problems even if your client is not attending their devices. In addition, the program offers mobile device remote support, which means that you can deliver support to users with mobile devices as well as deliver remote support from your Lanschooled Android and iOS mobile devices. It would have been helpful to include a sample SDF, but the publisher Lanschooled includes a short tutorial. Unfortunately, the tutorial assumes the user has downloaded a larger evaluation package. If you have plenty of testing time, and a strong interest in a network update and file management suite, we'd suggest you look for the full evaluation package or find a network admin who uses this suite. This demoware is too poorly documented and disabled for a good test.

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