Lock down Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 and create a virtual embedded environment. Inteset's inexpensive Secure Lockdown version 2.0 - Internet Explorer Edition is ideal for kiosk setups, digital signage systems, trade show terminals, library and schools labs, Internet cafes, hotels, businesses kiosks, etc. Secure Lockdown removes the Windows Desktop functionality and unwanted keyboard strokes and allows Internet Explorer to run exclusively. Removes the Windows Task bar and Start button. Removes all Desktop actions such as: Desktop right-click menu; Task Manager access; CTRL-ALT-Delete functions; System shutdown or log off. Disables numerous keystrokes including: Alt-tab; Alt-F4; Alt-Esc; Alt-Shift-Esc; CTRL-Esc; CTRL-Alt-Esc; Windows Key; F1 (Windows Help); F3 (Windows Search). Runs Internet Explorer 8 or higher as the exclusive kiosk type program. Allows for many Internet Explorer customizations not available through the Internet. Explorer interface including: Define the startup URL; Run Internet Explorer in Kiosk mode; Keep Internet Explorer running (if it is closed); Keep Internet Explorer maximized (if it is minimized); Ability to remove individual menu bars and menu options; Prevent printing, Open dialog, files downloads, and new browser windows; Restrict access to only the websites you desire.
What is new in this release:
Version 2.0.129: Bug Fix: Fixed "Value of '0' is not valid for 'Value'" error that appeared in some scenarios upon restoring settings. New Feature: Added localization debugging and settings features.
What is new in version 2.00.108:
* New Feature: Can now remove all Inteset branding and system information while Secure Lockdown is Enabled. * New Feature: Added ability to export and import Secure Lockdown settings. * Enhancement: Improved the Secure Lockdown Command line features. Now includes the ability to export and import settings, then apply them even if Secure Lockdown is enabled. This is ideal for remote management tools. More information including proper syntax is available in the User Guide.