[Athen] AT software causing problem with IT loadsets

Ron ronrstewart at gmail.com
Mon Jan 25 09:51:34 PST 2016

It used to be a real problem, in particular when one piece of AT would
fight with another. I have done recent testing for several years and this
is no longer the case. I do a regular training in which we load up the four
major screen readers at the same time and other than getting quad TTS no

Ron Stewart

On Monday, January 25, 2016, Howard Kramer <hkramer at ahead.org> wrote:

> Hello All:


> Does anyone know of a reason to avoid putting AT software (JAWS for

> example) into IT loadsets (computer lab software configurations) so that

> this software can be distributed across campus computers? Our IT contact

> feels it might cause the systems to be unstable. I know this can sometimes

> happen. How have you addressed this on your campuses?


> Thanks,

> Howard



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