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Re: [K12OSN] Teacher Tool



I believe the command "who" will tell you who is
logged in, and you can use "pkill -u fred" to kill all
processes belonging to user fred (this will
effectively log him off).

I don't know much about teacher tool.

-Rob

--- Randall Swift <swift msad52 k12 me us> wrote:
> Where can I get teacher tool?? Does this give you
> the ability to see who
> is logged in and can you boot them off? If not is
> there something out
> there will do this. Thanks
> 
> Randy Swift
> Network Administrator
> Leavitt Area High School
> Turner, Maine 04282
> (207)225-3533
> swift msad52 k12 me us
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