Advanced Internet Kiosk FAQ

What does the locked mode interface look like?

In locked mode a user will see the desktop with a background picture you have chosen and clickable shortcuts you created. However, you can choose not to simulate Windows desktop at all. You can also select to show an application bar located either on the top or on the bottom of the screen. The application bar consists of the following buttons: Administer (allows the administrator to make configuration changes, unlock the workstation or end the session after entering master password - this options will appear in a context menu when you left-click the button), Start program or browser window (all the available shortcuts will appear in a context menu when you left-click the button) and Switch between running processes. There are also day date and time shown in the right corner of the toolbar. You can choose not to show anything on the screen and just create an application that will run automatically at the beginning of the session and won't close.

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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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