Hello, Is it possible to put a password on windows steady state? So that when somebody want to access it, it requires a password? Because I am using steady state on a public computer, which has administrator rights, so the users can do what they want, but each restart the disk protection wipes all changes. But what if a user finds out that i am using steady state, and opens it and disables the disk protection? Thats why i want to password protect it. is it possible?
Hi lord4, though we cannot add password in Windows SteadyState, we can add Windows SteadyState to blocked programs on certain users. In that way, even he is a administrator, he's not able to open Windows SteadyState to change settings.Sean Zhu - MSFT
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