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kiosktool provides a subset of features

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on May 31, 2007 05:48 PM
kiosktool, as nice as it is, provides access only to a subset of all the lockdown features in kde. it does provide access via a GUI to the most important and commonly use settings and makes it easy to get up and running, but there are a lot more features floating around under the hood.

you can lock down individual settings in any kde app using [$i] appropriately in config files, for instance, and most kde apps reflect these lock down settings in the configuration dialogs even. =)

more information here:

<a href="http://techbase.kde.org/SysAdmin#User_.26_Group_Profiles" title="kde.org">http://techbase.kde.org/SysAdmin#User_.26_Group_P<nobr>r<wbr></nobr> ofiles</a kde.org>

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