Friday 26 February 2021

FrontFace Lockdown: Protect and lock computers used as public terminals


Windows provides a variety of configuration and configuration options to lock and protect a public computer or to make a computer ready for continuous, 24-hour use, such as digital signage applications (display of images, videos, web pages, weather data, restaurant menus, etc.). λ.π). Special tools for this purpose, such as the Windows SteadyState tool from Microsoft, have stopped working or are no longer running on current versions of Windows. To fill this gap, the Windows FrontFace Lock Tool has been released, which allows you to protect a Windows PC with a single click or prepare it for unattended, continuous 24/7 use. The FrontFace locking tool e.g. lets you turn off some keyboard keys like Windows key or shortcuts like Ctrl + Alt + Del, but also set up a restricted user account that logs in automatically at startup without entering a password or controls the automatic launch of a predefined application. Standard settings, such as standby mode, screen saver, or power saving options, can also be easily adjusted. FrontFace Lock Tool is available for Windows Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10!

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