Access Manager for Windows FAQ

  1. I want to disable Internet access in Windows and Internet Explorer but allow using Outlook Express. Is this possible to do it with Access Manager for Windows? Yes, it is possible by using the Disable Internet Access for Windows Applications restriction...
  2. How can I disable all toolbar buttons and menus in Internet Explorer to get it to work in a kiosk mode? Hide the main toolbar, disable Internet Options, hide the main menu and disable the right-click context menu....
  3. I created several new users using Control Panel, but after I open Access Manager for Windows I do not see the new users in the restriction tree. How can I resolve the problem? Log into each user at least one time so that Windows could create user profiles for all your new users, then open Access Manager for Windows and you will see the new users in the tree...

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Access Manager for Windows allows you to restrict access 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.

 
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