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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Tyrker
I would like to fold at school also, anyone know how to get around the specific logging on for students? Would setting it up as a service work?

i would think that it would work but im not sure taeric, qmopar or jrabb might know. ive got a couple of rigs to fire up soon when i get time and also need to oc my current rig just need to find some time.
    
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post #12 of 16
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My school's computers are like that too...

It has a central server where logon accounts are stored...then we log in whenever we use a computer....and they have a sort of deep freeze thing where the computer resets every time it restarts to default settings.
Yea thats how mine work too, man that would be great 100 computers folding for me
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Auto shutdown is probably a security precaution against possible hackers.
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Auto shutdown isn't a problem. We use norton and I've already gone in and edited for other software and disabled certain things. All I need to know if no one's logged on, will it run?
BTW for those who want to run it on alot of computers, there's software out there where it lets you control many computers through one, so you can install and set them all up with just one run on one computer. Thought it would be nice to know. Vision is what my school uses, but it costs, idk of others as of now.
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Careful boys, sneak folding is not a good thing and could get you into trouble you don't need. Better to approach the school straight on, with the suggestion to start a folding club using the schools rigs.
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Careful boys, sneak folding is not a good thing and could get you into trouble you don't need. Better to approach the school straight on, with the suggestion to start a folding club using the schools rigs.
ya, we know (or at least i do) but we're thinking before we approach them, how would it even work.
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