I have a small lab of Desktops running Rhino7 in a school lab setting. A year or so ago, we built a more powerful workstation to handle the big render jobs (64 core processor, Beefier graphics, and more RAM that seems necessary), which works great. Currently, when rendering on that machine, we’re essentially either copying the files to USB or a network share and then going and manually queuing the render on that machine.
Ideally, I’d like to be able to have it such that students could simply work on their designs most of the class, and then queue it up for rendering at the end of class… and the main machine simply renders it on its own, saves etc. I thought I read about this possibility somewhere, but I’ll be damned if I remember what the feature was called or if I found any actual information on how to do it. Essentially, it’d be a farm of one computer, local network. Any help / wikis on this, is this even possible right now?