The access to the technical laboratories and direct previews of the tasks, which are being performed by students, are extremely important in distant teaching. The problem with remote teaching is the assurance of the interaction between the lecturer and the student. With this in mind, available e-learning systems are being designed for a student's independent work. By adding the synchronized e-learning to the LMS systems, the conditions similar to the real lectures held in the lecture theatre are being created. Although the lack of control and help for working student lowers the virtues of the synchronized e-learning. Supplying the possibility of the control and help for a student or the interaction between the lecturer and the student is possible to obtain by introducing the virtual mechanisms. The article is presenting the idea of introducing virtual laboratories to the synchronized teaching concept. The way of using virtual mechanisms for the supervision, control and help for not only the e-learning student but also the stationary ones who are using this technique, is being described. This mechanism featured in the article allows for a fully controlled student's work, on his 'personal' virtual machine, with the use of Internet and a Web Browser only.