Advanced Internet Kiosk FAQ

How do i disable and enable keys? can i disable the esc/alt/ctrl/shift/windows/windows menu/backspace key?

If you don't want your users push certain keys and keys combinations that can cause serious consequences, click the 'Disabled keys' button of the toolbar to your left. You'll see the list of the keys you can disable. Just put a checkmark in a box near 'Disable... button'. You can disable all the system keys: Esc, both Alts, Shifts, Ctrls, Windows, F1 through F12 buttons, the Backspace button, the Windows menu button, Sleep and Wake buttons. This option is, however, disabled in the Locked mode, as it needs the system to be fully rebooted to disable or enable keys. After you selected the keys to disable click Save button in the upper-left corner of the main window. The button will grey out if the changes are saved properly.

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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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