Advanced Internet Kiosk FAQ

What is the double shift boot option and should i disable it

This option allows to shut all the programs running automatically at startup by pressing and holding left and right shift keys during the computer boot up. By doing so advanced users can bypass your computer's security. To disable this option tick off the 'Disable double shift boot' box below the forms. However, you must do this with caution because if you forget your password, you will not be able to bypass the program and will have to reinstall Windows. So make sure you have memorized the password or stored it in a safe place.

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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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