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here's a suggestion i guess - how about go to a touch screen? then you can completely remove all of the peripherals.
We recommended that to begin with, but it wasn't in the budget. Another way would be to lock the keyboard away where they couldn't have access to it. This is what they were going to do, but for some reason, the keyboard is only hidden behind the display. I started thinking of other problems: what if they hit Ctrl+Alt+Del; the windows button; Fkeys; or any number of other things. I need to disallow any keyboard input unless the user keys in a particular sequence that will allow them to quit the program.
We have a similar setup at our planetarium - we have some ancient touch screens that are helpful in keeping patrons from doing more than they should.
I have been to other kiosks where they used the Windows acct. admin tools to restrict which keys/mouse buttons are operative. Perhaps a sys admin approach could help?
Yup Jugglor is the tool.
Jugglor can disable the the escape ke, alt tab, windows, tab, alt f4 and
many more features.
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