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Kiosk Mode

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I'm trying to setup a music server in my apartment. I want to run iTunes in a kisok mode, which iTunes doesn't really have. Right now, I just want this up and running, but at some point I'm going to also make it a web server.

My current method is to change the shell from explorer.exe to itunes.exe, which allows it to run efficiently and kind of act like a kiosk. Is this at least a reasonable approach? If so, is there any way to prevent a user from closing iTunes once it's running? Any thoughts would be appreciated

Sep 2 '07 #1
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I would like to do the same thing but with a different approach, instead having itunes running i would like to have a FingerPrint reader running until i validate an user and then launch another application for a certain data input that once its completed it is going to be blocked again.

If you find how to do it please give me a hint and i would do the same.


Oct 17 '07 #2

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I found this link hope it can help you
Oct 17 '07 #3

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See, I couldn't run iTunes in a kiosk mode. I tried several tricks but it didn't work. Then by following I got the proper solution.
Sep 30 '19 #4

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