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Getting Started with Windows Kiosk Management

Windows Kiosk Management implies a purpose-specific, restricted environment in which windows devices can be configured. Turning a device into Kiosk using Hexnode MDM is very simple. Additional settings and restrictions that are specific for kiosk mode can be configured, which provides additional security to devices when used in normal mode.

Enrolling your Devices

Before setting up the device in kiosk mode, you need to ensure that your devices are enrolled with Hexnode MDM.

Hexnode supports Windows devices with OS version 8.1 and above. The Enrollment procedure varies slightly for Windows 8.1 and 10 devices due to the difference in the placement of Work Account in the device settings.

Learn more about enrolling Windows devices from the following links.

Windows mobile device enrollment…

Windows laptop enrollment…

App Installation

Install Apps on your device and set up the device in kiosk mode. You can push store apps to the device. Go through the following link to know more about installing apps on your Windows devices.

  1. Store Apps

Single App Kiosk

Lockdown your device into a single application, restricting all other applications from functioning on the device. Install the apps to be added in kiosk mode and then set up your device in single app kiosk mode. Follow the below link to learn more on setting up the device in single app kiosk mode.

Single app kiosk mode…

Multi-App Kiosk

Set up your device in multi-app kiosk mode by restricting your devices onto a handful of essential apps. Install the kiosk apps on the Windows device and then lockdown in multi-app kiosk mode.

Learn more on configuring multi-app kiosk for Windows devices from the following link.

Multi-app kiosk mode…

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