Password to protect settings
Roadrunner2 Posts: 1
Hi all, Is there no possibility to protect the settings by a password? I didn't find a way to do this. Greetings Heinz
MJ-perComp Posts: 1,101 Superuser
install with parental control, chosse teen-profile and set the password.
If you are using the IS2012 beta / TP36, you cannot protect settings with password. In the new product all settings are going to be protected by Windows user access control. So to have protection, you need to have UAC enabled and use different windows user accounts as you protect all windows settings too.
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