LionClock 2011 offers advanced security features to prevent your employees from cheating or running other programs while you are away. Move the slider horizontaly to select the security level you want.
Security Level 1
At this level, all security features are deactivated
Security Level 2, 6, 7, 10 and 12
At this level, LionClock 2011 will require admin password before it can be closed.
Security Level 3, 6, 8, 11 and 12
At this level, LionClock 2011 will require admin password when it starts
Security Level 4, 9, 10, 11 and 12
At this level, LionClock 2011 will hide desktop icons, start menu and the taskbar. It will make LionClock 2011 the only active program, preventing your employees from using other programs on this computer. We usually suggest closing all the other applications when using these security levels. This way, your employees won't even see programs other than LionClock 2011.
Security Level 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12
At this level, LionClock 2011 will prevent employees from changing the system time. If someone attempts to change the system time, the correct value will be immidiately restored and the administrator will be notified about a failed time change attempt.
If someone manages to close LionClock 2011 or reboot the computer, nothing will stop him or her from changing the system time. However, when the clever employee modifies the time and tries to open LionClock 2011 again, it will ask him for the administrator password! Now he is in trouble and will have to explain why LionClock 2011 was closed.
Note: These settings take effect only when the administrator functions are disabled. As soon as you close LionClock 2011 or log in as the administrator, everything will return to normal.