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Veyon 4.7.3 released



We’re happy to announce Veyon 4.7.3, the third maintenance release of Veyon 4.7.x. This release fixes an authentication-related issue on Linux and improves the reliability of the Veyon Service on older Linux distributions. Users working with folder redirection on Windows may benefit from the new additional path variables, e.g. when configuring Veyon to place screenshots in a redirected desktop folder.

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Veyon 4.7.2 released



We’re happy to announce Veyon 4.7.2, the second maintenance release of Veyon 4.7.x. This release fixes several bugs concerning the authentication key handling and improves the window size calculations for remote views windows (remote control window, demo view window, computer zoom window).

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Veyon 4.7.1 released



We’re happy to announce Veyon 4.7.1, the first maintenance release of Veyon 4.7.x. Besides the usual bug fixes, this release adds some minor new features such as clipboard synchronization during remote control and the possibility to open multiple remote access windows at once. In the Veyon Add-ons package you’ll find the first release of the new Screen Recorder add-on. It allows teachers to record the student’s screens into video files e.g. during exams and is a very useful supplement to the well known screenshot feature.

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Veyon 4.7.0 released



We’re happy to announce Veyon 4.7.0, a new release series for Veyon 4. Veyon 4.7 is the last minor release series of Veyon 4. One of the most long-awaited features is certainly the new screen selection menu in the remote access window. Also the overall performance and responsiveness has been improved thanks to a revised mechanism for sending and receiving control messages. Besides that, several issues from previous versions have been resolved.

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Veyon 4.6.0 released



We’re happy to announce Veyon 4.6.0, a new release series for Veyon 4. It contains several new features and improvements compared to Veyon 4.5.x. Most notably in Veyon 4.6 the remote access module has been redesigned to reuse the computer connection of the main window. This way users get instant access to computers when starting the remote control or view feature and no longer have to wait until the connection has been established (which could take up to several seconds). Also users can now press and hold the left mouse button on a computer. This shows the computer’s screen in fullscreen and realtime until the mouse button is released again.

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