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1 Intel-powered Classmate PC Inspirus* Training Foils Version 0.9 1

2 Legal Disclaimer INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH INTEL PRODUCTS. NO LICENSE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BY ESTOPPEL OR OTHERWISE, TO ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IS GRANTED BY THIS DOCUMENT. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED IN INTEL'S TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE FOR SUCH PRODUCTS, INTEL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER, AND INTEL DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, RELATING TO SALE AND/OR USE OF INTEL PRODUCTS INCLUDING LIABILITY OR WARRANTIES RELATING TO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT, COPYRIGHT OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT. UNLESS OTHERWISE AGREED IN WRITING BY INTEL, THE INTEL PRODUCTS ARE NOT DESIGNED NOR INTENDED FOR ANY APPLICATION IN WHICH THE FAILURE OF THE INTEL PRODUCT COULD CREATE A SITUATION WHERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR. Intel may make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time, without notice. Designers must not rely on the absence or characteristics of any features or instructions marked "reserved" or "undefined." Intel reserves these for future definition and shall have no responsibility whatsoever for conflicts or incompatibilities arising from future changes to them. The information here is subject to change without notice. Do not finalize a design with this information. The products described in this document may contain design defects or errors known as errata which may cause the product to deviate from published specifications. Current characterized errata are available on request. Contact your local Intel Sales Office or your distributor to obtain the latest specifications and before placing your product order. Intel and the Intel logo are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. and other countries. Copyright 2010, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. *Other brands and names are the property of their respective owners. 2

3 Revision Table Document Revision Revision History Date 0.5 Initial version based on Inspirus HKP TF 1.1 Dec Update for SP re-construction, add functions logoff, manager user, Inspirus Non- Physical Sever, transition work save and monitor switch off Apr

4 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 4

5 Introduction Pre-Training Intel created the Intel Learning Series to address ongoing education technology needs around the world. The Intel Learning Series is a collection of hardware, software, and services designed specifically for education. Intel spearheads the research and design specs; the Intel Learning Series is brought to life by local technology companies who customize the products and services for their markets. This document will discuss the standard software stacks for Windows* including an introduction, how to use, and other useful information for LOEMs to understand the software stacks easily and quickly. Audience This training document is intended for Intel marketing, Intel GEO technical marketing engineers (TMEs), Intel local field application engineers (FAEs), Local OEM technical staff, and other NDA-covered company staff who will work with teachers and students on the installation, implementation, and operation of Intelpowered convertible classmate PCs. 5

6 Pre-Training General Purpose: The fundamental subjects covered in these slides are: How to install and uninstall the software stacks within the Intel Learning Series. How to establish and configure the software stacks. The processes outlined in this document are valid in the English (US version) software language version. 6

7 Pre-Training Requirement for this training Installation package acquirement: Inspirus Installation package: Client: School: Classroom:

8 Requirement for this training Pre-Training For Server Required disk space RAM Processor 30 MB 2 GB or more 2 GHz or above Supported OS Windows* XP Pro SP3 Windows* 2003 Server SP2 Windows* 2008 Server SP2 Windows* 7 Pro No SP Additional software Adobe* Flash 10.x (installed by Inspirus installer) Notes Server performance is dependent on load. These are the minimum specs; for large numbers of students we suggest using a faster machine. We recommend that server hardware and software be used rather than a repurposed desktop or tower PC. Server only run a database 8

9 Requirement for this training Pre-Training For School Required disk space RAM Processor 30 MB 2 GB or more 2 GHz or above Supported OS Windows* XP Pro SP3 Windows* 2003 Server SP2 Windows* 7 Pro No SP Additional software Adobe* Flash 10.x (installed by Inspirus installer) Notes Server performance is dependent on load. These are the minimum specs; for large numbers of students we suggest using a faster machine. We recommend that server hardware and software be used rather than a repurposed desktop or tower PC. 9

10 Requirement for this training Pre-Training For Teacher Required disk space 50 MB RAM Processor 1 GB or more 1.5 GHz or above Supported OS Windows* XP Pro SP3 Windows* 7 Pro Win Vista Business Additional software Adobe* Flash 10.x (installed by Inspirus* installer) Note Classroom Control is recommended to be installed on a standard laptop or desktop computer. 10

11 Requirement for this training Pre-Training For Student Required disk space RAM Processor 105 MB 1 GB or more 1 GHz or above Supported OS Windows* XP Pro or Home SP3 Windows* 7 Starter, Windows* 7 Home Basic and Windows* 7 Professional Additional software Adobe* Flash 10.x (installed by Inspirus* installer) Note Inspirus Desktop is designed and optimized for the CMPC architecture but is also available for Intel-based netbooks, laptops, tablets, and desktops. Child Safety Control and Inspirus Desktop are installed together at the same time. 11

12 Pre-Training Overview Inspirus Desktop is a safe, youth-friendly user interface that makes computers ready for learning and school Inspirus Desktop provides a safe way to share computers with children. It functions as an operating system on Windows-based PCs that is both child proof and child friendly System Actors Children Parents School Administrators Teachers 12

13 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 13

14 Installation Server/School/Teacher-side installation Student-side installation 14

15 Installation Teacher/server/school installation 1.Copy the installer to the target machine. 2.Double-click the installer. 3. Choose a language and proceed to next 4. Select to agree the license agreement. 15

16 Installation Teacher/server/school installation 5.Choose the type of server. 1) Central server 2) Local server Note1: If the school use a central server to save user data, please select Central Inspirus school server. If not, please select Teacher s or School staff machine to proceed. Note2: If select central server, there shall be only one central server on the same network. Other local server on the network will be shaded. 16

17 Installation Teacher/server/school installation 6.Choose component to install. Note: for No-Physic suite, please select all checkbox, Inspirus Classroom, Inspirus School and Local Inspirus school Server and then click Next to begin installation. 17

18 Installation Server/School/Teacher-side installation Student-side installation 18

19 Installation Student-side installation Student-side installation: 1.Copy the installer to the target machine (into Administrator account). 2.Double-click the installer (if using the graphical installer). 3.Enter the installation UI automatically. 19

20 Installation Student-side installation Student-side installation (Continued): 4.Click I ACCEPT, PROCEED WITH SETUP. 5.Wait until the process completes. 20

21 Installation Student-side installation Student-side installation (Continued): 6.Click Proceed. 21

22 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 22

23 Inspirus Desktop brief introduction Initialize Settings Use Mode 23

24 Inspirus Desktop Inspirus Desktop Works as a layer over Windows that Provides a friendly and safe Interface for kids, whether they are at home, school, or in class. 24

25 Inspirus Desktop Inspirus Desktop (Continued) Huge student appeal Simple, clean desktop Very customizable in home mode Cool user interface Age-appropriate user interface Something different, something new 25

26 Inspirus Desktop brief introduction Initialize Settings Use Mode Key Features 26

27 Initialize Settings This Application includes many components oriented for different people. Inspirus Desktop Children Child Safety Control Parents Inspirus School School Administrator Inspirus Classroom Controller Teacher 27

28 1.Double click the Child Safety Control icon 2.The Child Safety Control window pops-up. on the desktop. Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on Student-side Child Safety Control is a setup and configuration tool that allows parents to create accounts for children and specify how the child will use the account. Set Master Password Create a new Windows user account for child Change the child account settings Links 28

29 Initialize Settings on Student-side (Continued) Master Password settings Step1: Click Click here to assign /change your Master Password. Step2: Input the information to set the Master password. Step3: Click Ok. Initialize Settings

30 Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on Student-side (Continued) Create a new Windows account for the child: Step1: Click Click here to create a new windows user account for the child. Step2: Input the information to create an account and choose the user picture by clicking it. Step3: Click OK. 1 2 Note: If there is a normal window limited account, Magic desktop administer can transfer it to Magic desktop account 3 30

31 Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on Student-side (Continued) Change the settings of the existing account: Step1:Click the icon of existing account and enter into General settings. Step2:Choose the item you wish to change. Step3:Select the Age group for the children. The application has different settings for different age groups

32 Initialize Settings Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 1) Change the Program settings: Step1:Click Programs. Step2:Click the icon for the program to be used by the child in the All programs window. The selected program will appear in the Approved programs window. Note1: User can see these approved programs on desktop or in start menu Note2: Hard Disk Protection application will be blocked all the time even it is in the Approved programs list, user can select to close Inspirus desktop and return normal OS through Magical Desk start menu, to do the calibration, such close don t need log-off or reboot machine. This will happen in all the three mode. 32

33 Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): Initialize Settings 1) Change the Program settings (Continued): Step 3 (optional): Click the Approved programs icon, then select Parental settings. The Usage Rules window pops up. Click the time to set as unavailable time (the red zone). 33

34 Initialize Settings Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 2) Change the Gadget settings: Step1: Click Gadget. Step2: Click the icon for the Gadget to be used by the child in the All Gadgets window. The selected Gadget will appear in the Approved Gadget window. 34

35 Initialize Settings Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 3) Change the Gamepad Games settings: Step1: Click Gamepad Games. Step2: Click the icon for the Gadget to be used by the child in the All games window. The selected Gadget will appear in the Approved games window. 35

36 Initialize Settings Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 4) Change the Taskbar settings: Step1: Click Taskbar. Step2: Select the icons treatment. Step3: If want to show an icon that does not exist in the list, click Add Other program. Step4: Select the program to be added in the pop-up window Open

37 Initialize Settings Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 5) Change the Permission settings: Step1: Click Permission. Step2: Set the User Permissions by checking the optional checkbox and clicking Finish

38 Change the settings of the existing account (Continued): 6) Change the Internet settings: Step1: Click Internet. Step2: Select a browser and click Finish. Initialize Settings 2 1 If choose Use Safe Browser, Safe Browser is a safe Internet browser embedded in Inspirus Desktop 38

39 Change the settings of the existing account (Continued) 7) Change the Bonus settings: Step1: Click Bonus account. Step2: Input the Bonus points and click Apply. Initialize Settings

40 Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on Teacher-side 1. Double-click the Inspirus Classroom icon on the desktop. 2. The Inspirus Classroom Window pops-up. Here, the user will set up the Lesson Environment. 40

41 Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on Teacher-side (Continued) Edit the Environments scheme: 1) To create new scheme Step1: Click New and input the new lesson scheme in the pop-up dialog box, then click OK. Step2: Click Apply. 41

42 Initialize Settings Edit the Environments scheme (Continued): 2) To delete scheme Click Delete to delete the scheme in the drop-down list. Note: if there is only one scheme, a message will appear telling you that the last environment cannot be deleted. 3) To rename scheme Click Rename, and input the new name in the pop-up dialog box. 42

43 3. Environments scheme settings change Initialize Settings Environments scheme settings change includes Permission change, Programs change, Gadgets change, and Background change. 1) To change Permission settings Select one environment and click Edit, then click Permissions, save your changes and click Apply. 43

44 2) To change Programs settings Click Programs, save your changes and click Apply. Initialize Settings Configure added program Test if the added program can work or not. The program should be installed on teacher-side first 44

45 Configure the added program Step1:Click the program icon, then click configure. Step2:Click Add File to attach the matching file. Step3:Select the matching file in the pop-up window. 45

46 Configure the added program (Continued) Step4:Click OK to confirm the configuration. After the settings, when you launch the program, the attached file will be opened automatically. Note: 1. This function can only helps us to configure the programs provided ; the program named talking parrot provided by the application vendor is an exception. 2. The attached file should match the program. e.g. For My first Browser, the format of matching file should be html. 46

47 3. Environments scheme settings change (Continued) Initialize Settings 3) To change Gadgets settings (Continued) Remove gadgets Select the icon for the gadget, click Remove, then save and click Apply The operation steps are the same with the configuration of the program 47

48 3. Environments scheme settings change (Continued) Initialize Settings 4) To change Background settings Click Background and select the desired background picture. If want to use a background not shown in the window, add the background. Click here to be sync up with sever and could download background pictures from Sever. 48

49 3. Environments scheme settings change (Continued) Initialize Settings 4) To change Background settings (Continued) Add Background Step1: Click Add. Step2: Select the background from the Open dialog box, then click OK. If want to download the background from server, click Update. Note: if want to download the program from server, please make sure that the teacher-side is connected to the server. 49

50 3. Environments scheme settings change (Continued) Initialize Settings 4) To change Background settings (Continued) Remove Background Select the background, then click Remove. 50

51 Initialize Settings Initialize Settings on School 1. Right-click the Inspirus Desktop School icon on the desktop and select Open 2. Enter the General settings screen. Edit School Information Choose the PC usage model Input the School information password 51

52 Initialize School Server (Continued): 1) To edit School information Initialize Settings Step1: Click Edit. You should see a dialog box, as shown below. Step2: Input the School information: School name, Address, Web site, then click OK. 52

53 2) To set the Administrator password Input the password, and click Apply. Initialize Settings Note1:Password is used for Shut down Computer", Restart computer", Close Inspirus Desktop and return to Windows and accessing the password protected options of application, such as easy learning ; Note2:1.In home mode, only parent password take effects. 2. In school mode, parent and school password take effects 3. In class mode, parent, school and teacher password take effects. 53

54 3) To choose the PC usage model Initialize Settings Note: When logging into the server: Case 1--Each user has their own PC: the student just needs to input the code the first time. Thereafter, when the student detects it is on the same network, it will connect to the server automatically. Case 2 All users use shared PCs : the server will ask user to register on logon. Case 3 Some users will use their own PCs and others will use shared ones: the need to register on logon will depend on the user account configuration. 54

55 Initialize Settings 3. Network settings: Step 1: Click Network settings. Step 2: Input the School News URL, then click Apply to a group or Apply to all students. Set HTTP Server: Note: WebRoot is the default Web root folder, it is not recommended to change the path; the School News URL will be saved as a subfolder in WebSite. Show the UDP Broadcast information 55

56 Initialize Settings 4.Permission settings Step 1: Select one environment to configure and click Edit. Step 2: Go to Permissions and Change the Permissions, then click Save. 56

57 Initialize Settings 5. Program settings: Import Programs and Add Programs to resource: For detail information, please refer to Inspirus Application Deployment Guide 1) Import Programs to resource: click Import Programs and select the file you wish to import from the Open window, then click Open. 57

58 5. Program settings (Continued): 2) Add Programs to resource : Step1: click Add Programs, then edit Program settings and click OK. Initialize Settings Notes: 1) Support program installation under limited account 2) Support program installation of files under limited user folders (C:\document and settings\user_name\...) 3) It is much recommended to not have any graphical interface that can give the student the opportunity to mis-configure or block the installation. 4)This channel for installation is mainly designed to support installation of applications with a setup designed to match the School server architecture. 58

59 5. Program settings (Continued): 2) Add Programs to environment: Step1: Select one environment and click Edit Step2: Select Program tab and click Add Initialize Settings 59

60 6. Gadgets settings: Initialize Settings 1) Add gadget to resource: Select Gadgets and click Add Gadget, then click Open select the file you wish to import from the Open window, then click Open. 60

61 6. Gadgets settings: 2) Add gadget to environment: Step1: Select one environment and click Edit Step2: Select Gadget tab and click Add Initialize Settings 61

62 6. Gadgets settings: Step 1: Select one environment to configure and click Edit Step 2: Go to Gadget and Change the settings, then click Save. Initialize Settings 62

63 7. Background settings: 1) Add background to resources Step 1: Select Backgrounds on left navigation bar Step 2: Add some pictures Initialize Settings 63

64 7. Background settings: 2) Add background to environment Step 1: Select one environment and click Edit Step 2: Select Background and click Add Initialize Settings 64

65 Inspirus Desktop brief introduction Initialize Settings Use Mode 65

66 Use Mode Inspirus Desktop has three working modes: In Home Mode In School Mode In Class Mode 66

67 In Home Mode In Home Mode When the child is at home, the student-side can work in In Home Mode. In this mode, the student-side does not need to connect to the server-side or teacher-side. Enter the OS using the account that the parent created for the child. The Magic Desktop will show automatically. Magic Desktop is the first thing kids see when the computer is turned on, and accessing the regular Windows screen requires a parentselected password. 67

68 In Home Mode Magic Desktop protects the system settings and important data files from accidental kid-interference (ex. deleting system files, accessing parents documents, ) 68

69 Help All Programs Personalize Files & Documents News In Home Mode Programs icons Gadgets Start menu Show Desktop Show list of open programs Toggle Cursor Guide language 69

70 1. Help In Home Mode Click to show the help file. 70

71 2. All Programs In Home Mode Show all programs icons in the window Show all programs icons that are on the desktop in the window Show all groups names Add program Group Rename the selected Group Delete the selected group 71

72 3. Personalize In Home Mode Click Personalize to change Desktop themes, Gadgets and Tray skins that are shown on the desktop. 72

73 4. Files & Documents In Home Mode Click Files & Documents to show the files in My Documents. 73

74 5. News In Home Mode Click News Click here to access the vendor s official website 74

75 6. Start Menu In Home Mode The contents of Start Menu in magic desktop are different from those of Start Menu in Windows. 75

76 7. Show list of open programs In Home Mode Click. All open programs will be shown. 8. Toggle Cursor Guide Click. The cursor will be changed to. Click again and the cursor will be changed to normal. Cursor 76

77 In School Mode In School Mode Once Students enter the school, the student-side should switch to the same network as the School Server s. The School Administrator configures the Students Inspirus Desktop while they are inside the school. S/he specifies the allowed programs, gadgets, and permissions (e.g., whether to allow students to return to Windows*, restart the computer, and turn off the computer). Students are under control! Students can access only the allowed programs, gadgets, and are not allowed to do anything except what is permitted by the School Administrator. Nothing will interrupt the student s concentration! 77

78 School Control Key Features Inspirus Desktop can be managed centrally by School administrators Server-based student & PC registration Enable/Disable applications via server Set admin password Admin authorized actions password, for all student PCs via server Designed for 1:1 use as well as shared PCs Set permissions for all PCs via server 78

79 In School Mode 1. Student-side connects to the Server 1) Make sure that the student-side is in the same network as the Server. 2) When there are several servers on the same network, all those servers will be listed on Student side. Case1: If it is a personal PC (set by parent) and it is not the first time to connect to the server, it will connect to the server automatically. Case2: If a shared PC wants to connect to the server or a personal PC connects to the server for the first time, users need to select one server to connect. 79

80 In School Mode 2. Student-side connects to the Server (Continued) Input the Authentication Code and click Register. Verify the user information and click Yes if it is correct. Note: If the user forgets the code, s/he should contact the School Office to obtain it. 80

81 3. The student-side desktop changes. In School Mode Programs Student name School name School News Gadgets All the programs and gadgets shown on the desktop are allowed by the server. All servers also set student permissions (refer to Initialize Settings on School ). 81

82 In Class Mode In Class mode, the students are under Teacher s control Teacher Control. Perfect for 1:1 computing schools. Teachers can connect classes on the fly. Teachers have password, Teacher-authorized actions password, and access to student PCs. Teachers can set up default programs, background and more for each class. 82

83 In Class Mode In Class Mode, both the teacher-side and student-side should be connected to the server. 1. Teacher-side connects to the server Step1: Make sure the teacher-side is in the same network as the server. Step2: Click on the desktop, input the authentication code, then click Register. Note1: if the School Network Connection window dose not pop-up automatically, click Show School Connector. Note2: if forgets the authentication code, contact to the server and fetch it. 83

84 1. Teacher-side connects to the server (Continued) In Class Mode Step3: The School Network Connection window pops-up. If the information shown is correct, click Yes. 84

85 1. Teacher-side connects to the server (Continued) Step4: Information on the school, teacher and class is shown below. In Class Mode 85

86 In Class Mode 2. Students-side connects to the server (Continued) Case 1: The Student-side was in Home Mode before switching to Class Mode: Step1: Connect the Student-side to the same network as the server. Step2: Register on the Server. The operation is same as when entering School Mode. Step3: Click Connect in the main window of Classroom Control at the teacher-side, the Student-side will then switch to Class Mode. Case 2: The Student-side was in School mode before switching to Class Mode Step1: Click Connect in the main window of Classroom Control at the teacher-side, the student-side automatically switches to Class Mode in seconds. Programs Gadgets Teacher s name Class Student s name Note: the background for the desktop, the program icons, and the gadget icons are all set by the teacherside. 86

87 In Class Mode 3. After the student-side connects to the server, the Teacher-side is able to: 1) See the class list Click See class list. The teacher can see which students are in class and which ones are not. 87

88 In Class Mode After student-side connects to the sever, the Teacher-side can: 2) Monitor students Click Monitor students. The teacher can see the student-side desktops. 88

89 4. More at the Teacher-side In Class Mode Manager user Change language Lock PC Help Version info 89

90 Key features Inspirus Desktop provides many features for children. If parent gives children permission to use these features, they will be available in Home Mode. Similarly, if the server or the teacher provide permissions, these features will be available in School Mode or Lesson Mode. Key features: Inspirus Browser My files Inspirus Mail Easy Learning No Homework No play 90

91 1.Inspirus Browser (Safe Internet) Key features Inspirus Browser is a safe Internet browser (embedded in Inspirus Desktop), based on the white list concept. Here, the parent can pick kid-friendly websites and allow kids to visit only those parent-approved sites. Parents will not have to worry about what kids are doing online or what kind of material they are being exposed to. Parents also get the complete Internet activity history for further peace-of-mind. 91

92 1.Inspirus Browser (Safe Internet: Continued) Key features Step1:Click All Programs on the desktop. The Run a program window appears. Step2:Click Inspirus Browser. Step3:Click Open. 92

93 1.Inspirus Browser (Safe Internet: Continued) Key features The Browser User Interface is shown below: 93

94 2. My files Key features My files works as a file browser: Step1:Click All Programs on the desktop. The Run a program window appears. Step2:Click My Files. Step3:Click Open. 94

95 2. My files Key features The user interface works as bellow: 95

96 3. Inspirus Mail Key features Magic Mail is a secure program designed specifically for kids. Parents administer the kid's address book; kids cannot send or receive s from unknown persons. s from unknown addresses are quarantined and require parental approval. In addition, Magic Mail is completely virus and SPAM protected. 96

97 3. Inspirus Mail (Continued) Key features Step1:Click All Programs on the desktop. The Run a program window appears. Step2:Click Inspirus Mail. Step3:Click Open. 97

98 3. Inspirus Mail(Continued) Key features The user interface is shown below: 98

99 4. Easy Learning Key features Easy Learning is a program that provide Arithmetic and language spelling practice for children. Step1:Click All Programs on the desktop. The Run a program window appears. Step2:Click Easy Learning. Step3:Click Open. 99

100 4. Easy Learning (Continued) The user interface is shown below: Key features Click here to change the book holder Click here to change the practice subject and other options Click here to close Easy Learning Input the answer here Count the balance automatically 100

101 4. Easy Learning (Continued) Key features 1)Click, a dialog box appears prompting the user to input the password After inputting the password, the following window is shown: Click Select Exercises,then select the subject in the list. Click Finish to complete. 101

102 4. Easy Learning (Continued) Key features Click Options, then change the Subject rotation and Increment Score. Click Finish. 102

103 4. Easy Learning (Continued) Key features 2) Click Turn to the first page Turn to the previous page Turn to the next page Turn to the last page 103

104 Key features 5.No Homework No Play =? 5 * 8 =? Inspirus Child Safety Child keeps playing games, chatting, watching movies on his CMPC and neither study nor do his Homework Parent use Inspirus Child Safety to set those programs as entertainment programs with a bonus balance, So child starts doing his homework, solving Math, English,..Excercises to get bonus points 104

105 Key features 5.No Homework No Play (Continued) Parent should give a basic bonus when initialize setting at the student-side. (Refer to Page 39 ). 1) Open the Account Settings dialog( Operation steps refer to Page 32-33), Click the Approved programs icon, then select Parental settings. The Usage Rules window pops up. Click Bonus Settings and input the bonus points. Parent set the selected program as an entertainment program with some bonus points are needed to let the child launch it 105

106 Key features 5.No Homework No Play (Continued) 2)If the bonus of the child is not enough, he/ she can not to run the program. Child tries to launch the program which needs 10 bonus points but fail as his bonus points is zero! 106

107 Key features 5.No Homework No Play (Continued) 3) Child can earn bonus points though doing Homework in Easy Learning (Refer to Page ). Child tries to gain bonus points by solving some math exercises 107

108 Key features 5.No Homework No Play (Continued) 4) After getting enough bonus points, child can launch the program. 108

109 Key features 5.No Homework No Play (Continued) 5)After continue running the program, the balance will reduce. 109

110 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 110

111 Uninstall Student uninstall Teacher&Server&School uninstall 111

112 Uninstall Student uninstall: Click Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs, select Easybits Youth PC Suite, then click Remove. 112

113 Uninstall Teacher&Server&School uninstall: 1. Click Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs, select Inspirus School Database, then click Remove. 2. Click Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs, select Inspirus School Suite, then click Remove. 3. Click Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs, select Microsoft SQL Server Compact 3.5 SP1 English, then click Remove. 113

114 Uninstall Teacher-side uninstall: Click Start->Control Panel->Add or Remove Programs, select Inspirus School Server and Office, then click Remove. 114

115 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 115

116 Q & A Inspirus School Server Q: What are some of the settings managed by the school server? A: The server based software can set permissions and enable/disable applications on all PCs via the server. In the server account, an admin password can be set up to allow teachers access to adminauthorized actions for all student PCs. Q: What are the Network or firewall requirements for Inspirus? A: School Server broadcasts on UDP port 1111 and TCP If is in use, MD switches to and so on until it finds an available port. Inspirus Desktop, School Server, School Office and Classroom Control are able to automatically register themselves as exceptions in Windows Firewall only if the Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service is running. Otherwise, these programs should be registered manually. Q: I want to manage student software via the server, but find it tedious to manually locate each program. Is there an easier way? A: Export Wizard enables simple management of software via School Server. In order to manage applications on a school's CMPCs, School Server must know what programs are on the student computers and where they are. You can provide that information manually, but it's much easier to use Export Wizard to generate it automatically through an AppList File. 116

117 Q & A Q: What do I need to do to configure the School? A: Apply an administrator password Set up Network settings and permissions Check programs and gadgets to make them available on the school desktop Launch manage user Enter the names of students Enter names of teachers Registration Codes will be auto-generated These can be printed for reference when connecting student computers 117

118 Q & A Inspirus Classroom Control Q: What can I do with Classroom control? A: One of the main features is that teachers can easily set up default programs, files, and backgrounds for student computers for each class. In this way, teachers do not have to explain what programs to open, etc. 118

119 Q & A Inspirus Desktop and Child Safety Control Q: I m afraid my child may delete system settings and important data. How can this be prevented? A: Inspirus is the first thing kids see when the computer is turned on, and accessing the regular Windows screen requires a parent or teacher password. Inspirus protects your system settings and important data from accidental kid-interference. Q: How can parents use Child Safety control to monitor programs? A: In addition to controlling which programs kids can access, parents can also control when and how kids access the approved programs. Parents can restrict applications to work only during specified days and times. Q: Where do I get the authentication code to connect to the school network? A: If a school server is on the same network, launch Inspirus school connector, select the server to connect. Enter the authentication code for the student (can be obtained from the manage user). The manage user will have an individual authentication code for each student. Q: I have added the Hard-Disk Protection application into the Approved Programs list, but why can the calibration menu not be launched? A: Calibration menu of Hard Disk Protection application is not enabled by Inspirus. Users can close Inspirus desktop and launch the menu in Windows as normal. Actually, all units are calibrated in factory line so that users do not need to re-calibrate it in general. 119

120 Q & A Inspirus Classroom Control Q: The OS of my computer is Win* 7, and I could not use function key Fn+F6, what should I do now? A: User can select to close MD desktop and return to normal OS through Start menu to enable this function (Don t need to reboot or log off). After set the function enabled in normal OS, user can enter MD desktop, and such function keep taking action. 120

121 Agenda Pre-Training Installation Uninstall Q&A Backup 121

122 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 122

123 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(1) Note: 1. By default, the monitor class function is turn off. 2. When users click Yes to enable the function, the check box Enable Active Teaching Pack will be checked automatically. 123

124 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(2) After enable the teaching pack, go to class list, many functions will be enabled. 124

125 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(3) Select a student and view his screen 125

126 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(4) Select a student and send message 126

127 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(5) Select a student and view running program 127

128 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package(6) Select a student and view system resource 128

129 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 129

130 New Feature or re-structure Logoff directly from shell 130

131 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 131

132 New Feature or re-structure Configure the environment on school The steps are the same with it on teacher side Please refer to page

133 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 133

134 New Feature or re-structure Preview function under shell Selected a theme and click Preview, then if users click on OK, Inspirus will return to window 1. Then if users can click OK to save change, or cancel to discard. 134

135 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 135

136 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(1) Users can launch Manage User from Inspirus school or Inspirus Classroom 136

137 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(2) User and group meaning: Users: Students: student account to login shell Teachers: teacher account to login Inspirus classroom Staff: admin account to login Inspirus school Groups: Home classes: grade level, such as grade 1, grade 2. School environment can be applied to home class. Groups: group level, such as Music league, Dance league. Just a logic name, no actual function in Inspirus. Classes: class for teacher to teach. Such as math, English. 137

138 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(3) New a student account: Last name/first name/middle name: student s name. Home class: the home class that student belongs to, thus when school applies a home class environment, student in the home class can receive the environment. Registration code: code generated automatically for user to connect to server. List classes or group: class or group that user belongs to. 138

139 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(4) New a teacher account: Last name/first name/middle name: teacher s name. Home class: the home class that teacher belongs to Registration code: code generated automatically for user to connect to server. List classes or group: class or group that user belongs to. 139

140 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(5) New a staff account: Last name/first name/middle name: admin s name. Registration code: code generated automatically for user to connect to server. List classes or group: class or group that user belongs to. 140

141 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(6) New a home class: Name/sub-name: Home classes name. Teacher/leader: the teacher or leader in the home classes. Users in group: students and teachers in the home classes. 141

142 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(7) New a group: Name/sub-name: Group s name. Teacher/leader: the teacher or leader in the group. Users in group: students and teachers in the group. 142

143 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(8) New a class: Name/sub-name: Class s name. Teacher/leader: the teacher or leader in the class. Users in group: students and teachers in the class. 143

144 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(9) Find a student, teacher or admin account Thru the User Finder, can filter user thru name, group/class name and role. 144

145 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(10) Find a home class, class and group Thru the Group Finder, can filter group/class/home class thru name, sub-name and group type. 145

146 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(11) 1) Save change and send data to server Discard the change and do not save to server 146

147 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(12) Export server date to external. Save all data to backup file: Save the content of current sheet to a data backup file. Copy select names to clipboard: Copy the selected records to clipboard and then user can go to Import->Paste from clipboard, and copy the content. Or user can paste onto Excel. Save selected names to CSV file: save the selected records to CSV file. 147

148 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(13) Import server date from external. Load from CSV file: Work with Export->Save selected names to CSV file, import the exported data. Paste from clipboard: Work with Export->Copy selected names to clipboard, paste data from copied. Or user can edit the data first on Excel, and then paste the data from Excel. Load data from backup file: Work with Export->save all data to backup file, load data from exported backup file. 148

149 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(14) Print code in batch. 149

150 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(15) Issue new code or delete the user/group record: Right click on the record, the menu will pop up. User can issue a new code, or insert new row, or delete the row. 150

151 New Feature or re-structure Manage user module(16) Menu list: Thru the menu, user can insert a row, select all rows, refresh the record, delete the row, save all data and confirm row deletion by Del key. 151

152 New Feature or re-structure Turn on/off teaching package Logoff directly from shell Configure the environment on school Preview function under shell Manage user module Work save when mode change 152

153 New Feature or re-structure Work save when mode change Once Inspirus change the mode among home mode, school mode and classroom mode, Inspirus shell will notify user to save the work. There are 120 seconds for user to make decision, if user click switch now, the mode will change immediately. 153