At the root level of the rooms, you can check off, or on, all of the rooms. In otherwords, when you see the list of rooms, before you twirl it open, that box can also be clicked. I do this if I go from one class to the next. I have a large class, I turn them all on with the one click, and turn off the ones that aren't being used. If it is a small class, I turn them all off. Actually, I made classrooms for the small classes. The only challenge is that I move students around pretty often, so I am frequently have to go turn on one computer from the large classes. I wish there was an easier way.
In our case, the PCs in the classroom acquire a DHCP addresses to the network. So, fixed IP-Address into the account will require changing all the PCs to have one.
Also, I don't think it is a VLAN issue for us. The environment has not changed and it was going to v4.1.2 from v4.0.7 that the 'Power on' no longer works. I tried re-installing some clients to make sure there wasn't a 'hiccup'. But still no joy.
welcome to Veyon! Veyon's capabilities in regarding BOYD are currently rather limited. You can however configure the service to always ask the user for permission whenever a teacher or other person tries to access his desktop/device. This can be implemented easily through access control rules, see https://docs.veyon.io/en/latest/admin/access-control-rules.html for details.
Thanks for your interest in Veyon! Veyon is intended to be used to control graphical user sessions so in your server environment it probably won't work the way you need it, except for dedicated remote desktop sessions. Veyon has full LDAP/AD support for retrieving computer and room information as well as user and group information used for access control.
We currently do not have a webbased version of Veyon but starting with Veyon 5 (2019) we'll have new technical possibilities also allowing to run Veyon Master in a browser using WebGL.
Cheers for the reply and the information Toby.
Not a problem at all. I understand that you don't have the unlimited resources that other software developers are blessed with. Which is why you deserve massive credit for what you've created and continue to improve on so far.
I'll let anybody I know who has some experience with C++ about Veyon and hopefully they may be able to help in anyway.