You will find complete help sections under each Netkiosk version.
Please contact us if you need help with the Ctrl+Alt+Del settings on your device(s)
These are not needed on touch screen devices.
The Netkiosk install helper programs are available free with the licenses versions.
NETKIOSK SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS.
- Please read the install help page before, or after, you install Netkiosk.
- Netkiosk works on all devices running Windows XP (Service Pack 3), Windows 7 ,8, and 10.
- Netkiosk can be installed on PC’s, Laptops or Windows Tablets.
- Netkiosk imperi requires Google Chrome.
Minimum screen resolution for both Netkiosk versions:1024 X 768
All Netkiosk versions require Microsoft .NET Frame 4.5
- If not installed already Netkiosk will try to install this automatically.
- Windows 8 and 10 have .NET Framework 4.5 built-in. So no need to install.
- Microsoft .NET FrameWork 4.0 (Direct download links to Microsoft website)
- If you have problems running Netkiosk please install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 (FULL VERSION)
- You need to make sure you have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed if you want to allow proper access to PDF files and your Flash player is up to date.
- Note: Please make sure that you do not install, and try to run, each Netkiosk version on the same PC, at the same time.
Installing Netkiosk Standard on Windows 10.
It is completely safe to install Netkiosk on Windows 10.
The Security Window is common on Windows 10.
The same applies to other Netkiosk versions.
1) Click on more info
2) Click run anyway.
3) Continue with the installation of Netkiosk Standard.
When the installation is complete you have the option to continue with the second part of the Netkiosk installation.
This is totally optional and is not required for Netkiosk to run.
The second part of the installation is run by Netkioskinstallation.exe
You will find this in the installation folder C:\Program Files\Netkiosk Standard.
You can run the Netkioskinstallation.exe at any time.
What does Netkioskinstallation.exe do?
- Netkioskinstallation.exe creates a new Windows user account.
- It then enables this kiosk user account for auto login.
- The PC will then restart and Windows will automatically log on onto the new Windows user account which is called Netkiosk.
- In the installation folder you will also find NetkioskAdvancedConfiguration.exe You can use this program to futher control and secure your kiosk PC for public access.
- You can undo any of the settings created by Netkioskinstallation.exe at any time using NetkioskAdvancedConfiguration.