Wednesday, April 24, 2024 1:16:16 AM

Problem (wanting to buy in excess of 300 or more for government bid)

13 years ago
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We are working on a Government Bid for the State of Tennessee in which we will be putting kiosks in prisons and correctional facilities as a means for the inmates to purchase their commisary items and for relatives to put money on the inmate's books.  In order to lock down the Windows 7 Kiosks we have found your program to be quick and effective with two major exceptions which preclude us from immediately purchasing it in bulk for this bid.

• Program does not lock out the Ctrl+O option to open another program.
• Program does not lock out Ctrl+Del completely.

I could live with the Ctrl+Del being allowed being as that all option aside from the Ease of Access Center is gone, but the Ctrl+O being available to felons, allowing them the opportunity to open other applications poses a significant problem.  Can this be resolved?  Again, we are looking at the posibility of buying hundreds of licenses now, and potentially many many more if we can resolve this issue.
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13 years ago
#15 Quote
By they way, you can contact me at:

Matthew Jackson
matt@nashvillecomputer.com
615-377-0054 - Office

Just reference "TBE Project" if you e-mail me on this issue.
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13 years ago
#16 Quote
Secure Lockdown now blocks CTRL-O (open dialog) in Internet Explorer. You can download the latest version that supports it from this site. Hope this satisfies your needs.
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