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Maintaining Security : Restricting DVD Movies in Windows Media Player, Preventing Access While Using Windows Media Player

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1. Restricting DVD Movies in Windows Media Player

If there are DVDs that, because of their specific ratings, you don’t want to be played on your computer using Windows Media Player, you can block them from being played based on their rating. Note, however, that the blocking can be overridden by providing Administrative permission from the User Account Control.

Specify the Allowable DVD Rating

1. With Parental Controls set up and turned on, start Windows Media Player from the Start menu if it isn’t already running.

2. Click the Now Playing down arrow, and choose More Options to display the Options dialog box.

3. On the DVD tab, click the Change button.

4. In the Change Rating Restriction dialog box, specify the maximum rating you’ll allow.

5. Click OK.

6. Click OK.


Tip

To prevent access to inappropriate material, make sure that you set rating restrictions for all the programs on your computer that play DVDs.


2. Preventing Access While Using Windows Media Player

Although Windows Media Player is great for listening to music or watching videos, you can’t do either without being logged on to your computer. Meanwhile, other people can change the music you’re listening to or the video that’s playing, or—much worse—even take the opportunity to access your files. To prevent this, you can lock out easy access to your computer.

Lock Media Player

1. With Windows Media Player running and playing the playlist you want, switch to Full Screen mode.

2. Click Lock Full Screen Mode. If the controls aren’t visible, move the mouse until you can see them.

3. Create and enter a unique four-digit pin code to control access, and click the green check mark.

4. Use the controls as you normally would.

5. When you want to access your computer, click the Unlock Full Screen Mode button, type the pin code, and click the check mark.

Tip

If you forget your pin code, press Alt+Ctrl+Delete, and choose to log off. When you log on again, Windows Media Player will no longer be running.


Caution

Locking the full-screen display of Media Player provides minimal protection and is designed mostly to prevent accidental changes to the display and the media being played. To play music while denying access to your computer, start your music, and then choose Lock This Computer from the Start menu.


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