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RE: [K12OSN] MAP Testing through the NWEA(Measures ofAcademic Progress)



Yes, I have 26 CALs for windows terminal services and my win2k server
set up to run them. I have my LinTerm (actually running SuSE/KDE not
LTSP stuff) pods(13 ea) set to rdesktop to the win2k box. When I logon
with the "testaker" profile, it auto launches NWEA and see the NTE on
the win2k box.

>>baci


-----Original Message-----
From: k12osn-bounces redhat com [mailto:k12osn-bounces redhat com] On
Behalf Of Rita Gibson
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 7:29 PM
To: Support list for opensource software in schools.
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] MAP Testing through the NWEA(Measures ofAcademic
Progress)


And rdesktop connects to a Windows Terminal Server??? I can't remember 
the specifics of rdesktop.

Rita

Chris Bacigalupo wrote:

>I use MAP/NWEA testing via rdesktop.
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>Unfortunately, the TAA.hta is IE only
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>>>baci
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>Rob Owens wrote:
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>><and they said that the testing typically occurs in a windows or Mac
>>lab environment.>
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>>Does this mean that there is a Windows and Mac version of the 
>>software,
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>>or does it mean that they are totally unfamiliar w/ Linux so they 
>>claim
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>>it is not compatible?  Do you know for sure that the test requires
>>software to be installed on your computers, or is it a web-based 
>>interface that would work w/ any browser?
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>Rob,
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>There is a lightweight windows and mac client which connects to a local
>network drive for the test files (they call it NTE or network test 
>environment).
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>The TAA application is IE only and web based (very poorly written too),
>and it is used to download data from NWEA into the  NTE.
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>Ben
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>>-Rob
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