Advanced Internet Kiosk FAQ

How do i create system passwords? what passwords can the advanced internet kiosk create? what is the time-encoded keyword for? how to use the time-encoded keyword?

Click on Passwords button of the Shortcuts toolbar on the left. To your right you will see fields for three types of passwords: the master password, the time-encoded keyword and the password for shutting down and restarting your workstation. Of course, when you type in the passwords, they will appear as asterisks, so be careful to type them exactly the way you want. The master password unlocks the computer and returns you to the desktop of your PC. It also lets you run Configuration program while the system is locked. The time encoded keyword is used to protect the time keys generated for users who will buy time to work on your PC. It must be set up on all workstations and on the computer that will be generating the time codes (your administrator's PC). Once this password has been set, no one, even those who have the same program installed on their computer will be able to break the security of your PC.

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Advanced Internet Kiosk is intended for building Internet kiosks, public access PCs, or in-store terminals. It lets you disable access to files installed on your PC and prevent users from changing PC settings while gives full access to all necessary applications you specify including IE. As a result, many people may have free access to a workstation you create, but none of them can damage (whether accidentally or intentionally) vital system files or stuff hard disk with garbage.

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