Windows 10 BIONIC Manager w/ Raspberry Pi Clients

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Message 2029856 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 5:17:16 UTC

The title say's most of what I'm asking. But I have BIONIC Manager 7.14.2 (the latest I think) installed on Windows 10. I also have a cluster of Raspberry Pi 3B+ that I would like to manage from the BIONIC on Windows 10. I see steps to do this with an older BIONIC but can't figure it out with this version. Thanks for any help!
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Message 2029967 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 21:11:14 UTC - in response to Message 2029856.  

a) (pedantic) it's BOINC (Manager)
b) setup correctly for https://boinc.berkeley.edu/wiki/Controlling_BOINC_remotely
c) then in BOINC Manager Advanced view, File->Select computer and fill in the IP address and password of the Pi you want to check up on and hit OK. Do so for each Pi.
d) alternatively, use BOINCTasks from https://efmer.com/, if you can figure out how to navigate the website with the broken CSS. With BOINCTasks you can control multiple clients at once.
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