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Matthew Ross
Matthew Ross

Netop School Teacher 6.22 25: How to Set Up, Use, and Update This Powerful Tool for Interactive Classroom Management


our next step was to figure out how these tokens were created. we found that when the handshake was initiated with a user on the local network (not necessarily a teacher), the users token was stored as the unique dword token. when the handshake was initiated with a teacher on the local network, the teachers token was stored as the unique dword token. however, when the handshake was initiated with a student on the local network, the students token was stored as the unique dword token.




netop school teacher 6.22 25


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in order to test our assumption that these tokens were used to identify specific computers on the local network, we set up a teacher on a remote network and connected the teacher to the local network. we then tested this by initiating a handshake from the teacher. if the handshake was initiated with the same unique token, the computer was identified as the same. we then ran a test to see if the students computer could be identified by a teacher on a remote network. this is when we discovered that we could identify a students computer by setting up the teacher on a remote network and initiating a handshake from the teacher. this step is necessary in order to identify a students computer.


this discovery is significant because it validates our initial assumption that these tokens were used to identify computers on the local network. our next step was to determine if it was possible to identify a students computer by a remote teacher. in order to do this, we would need to identify a token that was unique to each students computer. once we located a unique token for each student, we would need to determine if the remote teacher could identify the computer by initiating a handshake from the remote teacher. we began this investigation by testing the remote teacher by setting up a remote teacher on the remote network and initiating a handshake from the remote teacher. we then ran our python script again and discovered the computer was identified as the same. in order to validate this, we needed to set up a remote teacher on a remote network and initiate a handshake from the remote teacher. if the handshake was initiated with the same unique token, the computer was identified as the same.


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