Difference between revisions of "Remote Control"

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This screen shows all the machines where the user is currently signed in. The list is empty if the user is not signed into any myViewBoard session.
 
This screen shows all the machines where the user is currently signed in. The list is empty if the user is not signed into any myViewBoard session.
<div class="res-img" style="max-width:300px;float:right;margin:20px;padding:10px;border:solid 1px #eee;">[[File:Mvb-com-remote-control.png|Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled.]]
 
<br/>''Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled''</div> 
 
  
 
If a session is in progress, the user can perform the following on the sessions that are currently signed in:
 
If a session is in progress, the user can perform the following on the sessions that are currently signed in:
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For more information, see [[Casting]].
 
For more information, see [[Casting]].
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<div class="res-img" style="max-width:300px;margin:20px 0px 20px 0px;padding:10px;border:solid 1px #eee;">[[File:Mvb-com-remote-control.png|Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled.]]
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<br/>''Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled''</div>

Revision as of 19:10, 20 June 2019

This screen shows all the machines where the user is currently signed in. The list is empty if the user is not signed into any myViewBoard session.

If a session is in progress, the user can perform the following on the sessions that are currently signed in:

  • Enable or disable casting
  • Remotely sign out of the session

For more information, see Wireless Presentation.

Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled.
Remote control screen, logged in with casting enabled