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we have a office with 40 computers and some computers have ubuntu and some computers have windows 8/7 installed and i want to configure a ubuntu/centos server here for networking and i want to record screens of all my LAN computers so anyone can help me which tool i should use and for better and easy to configure which server platform i should select whether ubuntu or centos ?

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If it were me, I'd go with vncservers on all the machines you want to record from and vnc2flv running on the server. You're going to need lots of storage though (reducing the frame rate will help), and a way of periodically stopping and restarting flvrec to write to incremental files.

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