Hi @tobydox Do I understand correctly that veyon 5 actualy WILL be a webbased application that can be hosted on a server? To come back on my initial request. My intention is not to regulate a server invironment, but use a server to host veyon so the desktop environment can be managed from a central location. IMO running veyon on a desktop is sub optimal since that desktop is probably used by a single user, for example a teacher. He or she can start the application and manage the classroom, but what if the teacher has no permanent classroom? What if there are multiple classrooms to manage? Install veyon on every single teacher computer? (desktop or laptop) I think a central install on a server where teachers get permissions to manage a classroom would be (especially from an admin point of view) highly preferable. What are the current insights on the (near) future of veyon?