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Old 11th December 2010, 20:48   #8
DrO
 
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one option would be to setup the Winamp install as wanted and then write-protect the settings folder. then you could go in and make a custom language pack to edit / remove certain menu items and keyboard accelerators to prevent access to actions which allow for files to be removed.

however the main issue here is that if people are accessing the machine then doing things to Winamp isn't the only area of concern unless you start looking to limit access in the user account and all that fun.

the other way i suppose is with an app that interfaces with Winamp (am sure there's ones which have already been done to do just this) and that prevents access to what shouldn't be touched. but really is Winamp even a suitable solution for what sounds like a kiosk setup?

-daz
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