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Old 03-12-2008, 08:37 PM   #1
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Default crosstec schoolvue

The following is a hypothetical situation and has no truth in base.

A program called crosstec schoolvue, basically what it does is you can monitor the computers in a computer lab from a central one, you can freeze peoples screen, make them look at the main comp's screen, so forth, Is there a work around.

The Information about the computer setup:
You log-in, you have very limited access only the programs you will really need. Almost everything is cut-off. crtl-alt-delete is blocked. Its very tight.
But we can upload our own programs through certain methods....

What we have accomplished:
We can easily get to the command prompt.
We have the admin password and user-name.

What Cross-Tech info we have found out:
We believe it to be pre-installed and so when you log-in its already there when you first turned on this computer (Booting into safemode does not count). We believe it obviously sends a signal to be activated and so forht through a certain port.... undetermined....

How would someone in our situation get around this software....


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Old 10-04-2008, 08:20 AM   #2
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Default Re: crosstec schoolvue

Well Hypothetically....

Browse to:
C:\program files\Crosstec\Schoolvue

Then Locate an open The File:

Inside the file there should be a line of text that says:

Edit that to:

save and reboot
when you get to the login screen you should get a messagebox saying:
Crosstec cant read the file Student32.ini please fix
(or something to that nature)

dont worry that is supposed to happen just click ok
this will disable crosstec on the computer u followed the steps on

to reverse just change:

and reboot

Hypothetically speaking of course
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