Securing the InFocus MondoPad in an Academic Environment
I need to ask about how we might secure the Mondopad shell application - Wondering if we can place a secure WebAccess logon account in front of this shell application that would prompt user logons for secure tracking.
What I have so far is the following which addresses "securing" the Computer device (Windows 7) behind the monitor and Mondo Software.
"The Mondopad is running Windows 7 Professional Edition. This gives it all the same security capabilities as any other Windows 7 computer on your domain. You may use the same security principles and practices that you use for the rest of your network. The Mondopad shell application, which by default is set to open at user log-on, is simply a software application. As such, you can set user and group policy restrictions on your domain to manage and monitor its usage."
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