Setting rules with Parental Controls


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Setting rules with Parental Controls

Mountain Lion includes parental controls, which allows you to limit what particular users can do on their Mac. And here's how to set it up. Click on Parental Controls, and we see that there's the guest user account. I'll click the lock to unlock it, enter my password, click on +, and I'm going to create a parentally controlled account, and we'll call this Kid. The account name will be Kid. On our password, verify the password, put in a password hint, and create the account.

So, here's the Kid account and we see that there are five tabs. Let's go through them. The first is Apps. You can choose to use a Simple Finder. What this does is it simplifies the Dock, it removes some menu commands, and it generally allows the person using the account to have access to the basic functions of the Mac but none of the advanced ones. You can also choose to limit applications. When you do this, you have a few options. First is, you can choose to allow any application that you got...

Setting rules with Parental Controls
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Setting rules with Parental Controls provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Essential Training

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