Common MultiPoint Server Usage Scenarios

Windows MultiPoint Server 2011 delivers individual user desktops with the most important elements of the Windows 7 desktop experience. It also offers a simple MultiPoint Manager user interface that system administrators can use for visibility and control over multiple MultiPoint servers. For example, you can do the following:

  1. Manage multiple MultiPoint servers in a computer lab, classroom, training center, or small business environment.

  2. Install a program once, and then access it from any station.

  3. Give each user a personal computing experience and private folders without needing a separate computer for each person.

  4. Monitor thumbnail views of each standard user’s desktop activity.

  5. Block screens with a customizable message to get the group’s attention.

  6. Restrict the group to only accessing one or more websites.

  7. Project your screen to the other screens to demonstrate a particular task.