I'm in distance education at a university. We use a screen recording software called Camtasia from TechSmith to record the professor's computer screen during lectures - they are using tablet PCs. I need software that I can use to schedule the start, stop and saving of screen recordings. I want to be able to set the software to (for example) start recording at a certain time, stop at a certain time and save the resulting recording to a server with a specific naming convention. So if the recording stops at, lets say, 11:00 I would be able to have it save as CE402_the date and time. Then the software would need to be ready to start recording the next class after saving the previous file. Now if I had to run this software on every computer that is used to record that would be fine. But if I could run it over the network so that it could tell the computers to record depending on IP addresses or computer name, that would be great. If it could link to an Outlook calendar that would be great too - but not necessary. Software can not use too much memory because the tablet-pcs are already stressed out.
Final product must be proven on our computers (all new PCs running latest Windows OS). I don't care what is done with it after that, I am sure there is an emerging market for it. Within a couple years everyone will be doing this.
Windows XP and whaatever comes after it.