blocking any attempts at inappropriate browsing before they reach the network. Simpliciti IELock "Allow List" ensures your employees gain access to ONLY THOSE PAGES/DOMAINS you allow. (NEW switch added for disallow )
Dec 26, 2011 12:04:33
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Simpliciti Server Side Browsers 1.01 This browser is ideal for use for controlling any PC browsing capabilities where limited or restricted internet usage is required. Ideal for kiosks, libraries, banks, hospitals and clinics, universities and schools. (custom workspaces available)
SimLD Lite 1.01 This locked browser is ideal for use for common access PC's where limited or restricted internet usage is provided for users in places such as retail, libraries, banks, hospitals and clinics as well as universities and schools.
Description: Simpliciti IELock works in Internet explorer,, blocking any attempts at inappropriate browsing before they reach the network.
IELock reduces or eliminates the need for expensive server side hardware and software solutions.
I Lock's "Allow List" ensures your employees gain access to ONLY THOSE PAGES/DOMAINS you've pre approved. IE Lock will support multiple Allow lists to ensure that you meet the browsing needs of your entire workforce.
IE Lock will automatically check for any updates to the allow list each time it starts up. Simply identify the system path and file name and IE Lock will do the rest.
IE Lock is an integrated solution. It provides the same protection and control across the most popular PC applications such as Outlook Express, Microsoft Word, Instant Messenger, and Explorer. (NEW switch added for disallow list )
Simpliciti TaskLock Browser 1.01 simpliciti Tasklock Ideal browser for exams, training or testing enviorments, or any where a user is required to complete a web task before they can get back to their desktop or
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