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How best can I prevent others from finding out PC Lock Up in my PC and removing it?

To reduce the chances of your users knowing and disabling PC Lock Up, do the following:

  • Install PC Lock Up under an Administrator account.
  • Ensure that your users does not have Administrator account but only Guest account or Limited account.
  • Keep your PC Lock Up password secret.
  • Set to automatically log off or power off during lock up times instead of showing the Lock Up Screen. If you want to show the Lock Up Screen, modify it from the default provided.
  • Set a password for your computer BIOS and Windows Administrator account.

How do I close the Lock Up Screen?

To close the Lock Up Screen, select the edit box and type the password and press the ENTER key.

If the edit box is not shown, you cannot close the Lock Up Screen. In this case, you have to wait for the lock up time to is over before you can use the PC again.

To show/hide the password edit box:

  • Run PC Lock Up.
  • Select the Lock Up Screen Page.
  • Check/uncheck the Show an edit box to enter the password.



Can I temporarily disable lock up during lock up times

Yes. When the Lock Up Screen is shown during lock up times, select the edit box and type the password and press the ENTER key. You will be asked to select one of the following options:

  • Temporarily disable lock up for half an hour.
  • Temporarily disable lock up for one hour.
  • Completely disable lock up.
  • Configure PC Lock Up.

Select the option you want.



How can I power up the PC to use during lock up times?

To power up the PC to use during lock up time, quickly log on to Windows and enter the PC Lock Up password on the Lock Up Screen before the automatic shutdown is activated.

Depending on your Windows load time, you may want to set a longer auto-shutdown time to allow you to have enough time to close the Lock Up Screen before auto-shutdown is activated.



Can others change the PC time to get around lock up times?

No. By default, PC Lock Up disables changing of system time.

NOTE: PC Lock Up allows PC time to be change +/- 2 minutes from the current time so as to allow other software to fine tune the PC time to the Internet Time.



How can I change the PC time when I really need to?

Do this:

  • Run PC Lock Up.
  • Select the Others Page.
  • Uncheck the Prevent changing of the computer time check box.
  • Click OK to save the changes.
  • 10 seconds later, change the system time to the time you want.
  • Run PC Lock Up again and enable the option back.



When self-control is activated, if others reboot the PC, will they be able to use the PC?
No. The Lock Up Screen will appear again after reboot even if it is not during lock up times.



Can PC Lock Up works in a multi-users PC?
Yes. For public PCs, PC Lock Up can be configured to use the same set of settings for all users.

Can PC Lock Up have its own settings for each user on the PC?

Yes. Each user can has his own set of lock up times, usage limits, myopia control, voice alerts, Lock Up Screen and power saving settings.

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