Internet kiosk public access PC software to restrict access to system; allow only certain applications and features such as Internet Explorer. Ideal for Internet cafes, public libraries, information terminals or kiosks.
Jun 17, 2012 12:56:36
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Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Description: Internet Kiosk Pro turns your PC into an Internet kiosk public access workstation. Completely disable access to files and software installed on your PC and give full access to all necessary applications user should use. Create a workstation for a public place and give strangers free access to it in such a way that they could use it without damaging system files and applications or cluttering HDD with garbage. Selectively allow users any programs installed on your PC such as web browser, email client, office applications and other tools in a secure manner. Internet Kiosk Pro is a complete complex solution for Internet cafes, public libraries, information terminals and stand-alone kiosks as well as for limiting activities of children on home PCs. Internet Kiosk Pro supports several security modes such as username and password authentication, time-locked code to allow users to access workstation for a given period of time only and a combination of both.
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