Access Manager for Windows

Version: 10.0

Major Features:

  • lock your computer with a password
  • Disable Function Keys on Boot Up
  • Require User’s Validation for Windows Access
  • Always Check Password on Boot Up
  • Instantly Lock your screen while leaving PC unattended
  • Disable Single Mode MS-DOS Applications in Windows
  • Don't Allow to Change Wallpaper
  • Restrict Access to the Passwords Control Panel 
  • Hide the Change Passwords Page
  • Hide the Device Manager Page
Access Manager for Windows screenshot
Access Manager for Windows allows you to restrict access to to key features of Windows, such as Control Panels or Start menu, network, Taskbar, desktop, system tray, Network Access Control Page, Control Internet usage and more. It can also disable the Ctrl+alt+delete keys, the function keys at startup, allows to password protect Windows and restrict users to running specific applications only, control Internet usage, view statistics of computer use by your kids or employees and loads more. This program can lock your computer and ask for a password when Windows loads. Access Manager for Windows is just the thing for keeping employees , students or children from coming in and fiddling around with the computers. It has all the needed features to keep people from viewing or changing what you do not want them too. Every network administrator should get this nice security program! Very easy to use and very good documentation. Access Manager for Windows FAQ

Date: 01/18/2015

Size: 1.88 Mb

Price: $69

Platform: Windows /NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win7/Win8

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There are two types of restrictions in the main tree. The first type of restrictions affects all users of the computer at once. Only the group Boot of the tree has such items. The second type of restrictions affects a selected user only. Almost all the rest items in the tree have this type. Each type of restrictions is marked with a small image in the Information panel. If you have chosen an item with the first type, you can see the image “Computer” at the right side of the main window below the description of the restriction. If you have chosen an item with the second type, you can see the image “User” in the same place. After setting some restrictions up you need to reboot your computer for them to come into force. The flashing note “Need to reboot” reminds you about this.

Boot settings
 Disable Function Keys on Boot UpSuppress Safe Mode Warning Message 
 Allow Booting to the Previous Operating System
 Suppress Safe Mode Warning Message
 Require User’s Validation for Windows Access
 Always Check Password on Boot Up

MS-DOS Application Restrictions
 Disable the MS-DOS Command Prompt
 Disable Single Mode MS-DOS Applications in Windows

Control Panel Security Restrictions
 Deny Access to the Display Settings
 Hide the Display Appearance Page
 Hide the Display Background Page
 Don't Allow to Change Wallpaper
 Hide the Screen Saver Settings Page
 Hide the Display Settings Page

Network Properties Restrictions
 Disable Network Control Panel
 Hide the File and Printer Sharing Controls
 Hide Network Identification Page
 Hide Network Access Control Page

Password Properties Restrictions
 Restrict Access to the Passwords Control Panel
 Hide the User Profiles Page
 Hide the Change Passwords Page

Printer Properties Restrictions
Disable the Addition of Printers
  Disable the Deletion of Printers
Hide the General and Details Printer Pages

System Properties Restrictions
Hide the Hardware Profiles Page
 Hide the Device Manager Page
 Hide the File System Button
 Hide the Virtual Memory Button

Windows Explorer and Desktop Restrictions
 Disable the Ctrl+Alt+Del, Alt+Tab and Ctrl+Esc keys
 Hide the Task Bar and System Tray 
 Disable the Shut Down Command
 Remove common program groups from Start menu
 Hide All Items on the Desktop
 Hide Drives in My Compute
 Remove the Favorites Folder from the Start Menu 
 Remove the Find Command From the Start Menu 
 Remove the Documents Folder from the Start Menu 
 Remove the Run Command from the Start Menu
 Don't Save Settings at Exit
 Remove Folders from Settings on the Start Menu
 Remove the Taskbar from Settings on the Start Menu
 Remove the Windows Update from Settings on the Start Menu
 Remove the Folder Options from Settings on the Start Menu
 Remove the Active Desktop from Settings on the Start Menu
 Disable View Context Menu 
 Disable Tray Context Menu
 Disable Start Menu Context Menu
 Remove File menu from Explorer
 Restricting Applications Users Can Run

Network and Workgroup Security Settings
Hide the Internet Explorer Icon
 Hide the Network Neighborhood Icon
 Remove Entire Network from Network Neighborhood
 Hide Workgroup Content from Network Neighborhood
 Remove Log Off item from the Start Menu

System Security Restrictions and Settings
 Disable Registry Editing Tools
 Disable the Autorun feature on all drives
 Disable the Windows Animation Function
 Disable Smooth Scrolling Function

Customizing Shell Folders
By default Windows has no a possibility to customize Shell Folders. For example, you can not assign the same desktop for any first two users and different desktop for third user. Only separate shell folders can be assigned for each user. It is impossible to make a common shell folder such as Desktop for two or more users if you use standard Windows tools.
Security Administrator enables you to realize it. You can customize not only Desktop, but also Favorites, Recent Documents, My Documents, Start Menu, Programs, Startup, Network Neighborhood and other Windows Shell Folders.

Custom Desktop
 Custom Favorites
 Custom Recent Documents 
 Custom My Documents
 Custom Start Menu
 Custom Programs
 Custom Startup
 Custom Network Neighborhood



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