SPB Kiosk is an enterprise tool which helps you control how your Pocket PC devices are used. With SPB Kiosk you can lock the device to one or several business applications and restrict usage of any other features like games, multimedia, web browsing etc.
Benefits of using SPB Kiosk are:
Improved productivity. Users do not get distracted by entertainment features of Pocket PC devices and so put more time into work.
Reduced technical support costs. Users cannot accidentally corrupt settings on the device, install programs which are not compatible with your business software etc. This helps to avoid a lot of support incidents.
SPB Kiosk Terminal Features
SPB Kiosk Terminal provides kiosk mode for Terminal Services Client. Kiosk Terminal allows you to create kiosks that run an application from a Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server.
Features of SPB Kiosk Terminal include:
Full screen mode
Autoconnect to Terminal server
Together with kiosk mode autoconnect feature dramatically simplifies system support. A Pocket PC with SPB Kiosk Terminal installed is a system that is always connected to the Terminal Server. Such a system is much simpler for support and maintenance than a normal Pocket PC with Terminal Service Client.
SPB Kiosk allows device administrator to gain unrestricted access to the device. This is useful to fix something or to change settings after SPB Kiosk is already deployed.
To enter admin mode tap and hold the stylus for 10 seconds anywhere on the screen and then enter your secret unlock code (specified in Kiosk Builder).
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Supported operating systems:
Windows Mobile 5.0, Windows Mobile 6 Classic, Windows Mobile 6 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.1 Classic, Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, Windows Mobile 6.5 Professional
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