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What does Kiosk mode mean?

Locking down a device into Kiosk mode allows access to only the specified set of apps. This prevents the user from being side-tracked by potential distractions and prevents them from tampering with any device settings. 

Explore kiosk management with Hexnode

Devices can be locked down into Kiosk Mode by a Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) solution. A UEM solution unlocks various added functionalities bundled along with the kiosk mode. 

For instance, rather than manually installing kiosk software and enabling kiosk mode on your devices, you can set up your devices with ease and push different actions in bulk from a remote centralized console. 

With a UEM solution, you can host a variety of Kiosk Lockdown strategies on your devices, including: 

  • Single App Kiosk 
  • Multi App Kiosk 
  • Browser Lockdown 
  • Digital Signage Display 

You are also equipped with the ability to customize Application and Peripheral settings for your Kiosk strategies. 

Adopting a UEM solution like Hexnode to set up Kiosk policies, unlocks all the above possibilities and more.