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I am using AutoIT to create shortcut to desktop and also will forced to launch as kiosk by adding the parameter at the end of the target field. But how can I disable the target field from editing when creating shortcut?

Please kindly advise.

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Permission Setting

  • What is "editing"? – harrymc Feb 4 at 16:31
  • Meaning that I create a shortcut at desktop and adding the parameters to launch as kiosk mode. After this process, I don't want any other users to edit the target path to remove the kiosk mode. – Jack Wong Feb 4 at 16:35
  • Set it to read only, or edit the permissions to only allow modify to your account. – harrymc Feb 4 at 16:37
  • Already tried to set the permission to the folder or the chrome portable application before I create shortcut to desktop. But the user able to edit the target field value at dekstop – Jack Wong Feb 4 at 17:47
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You could make the shortcut (or a batch file) in a location the user cannot access, where only Administrator has write-access. Then make a shortcut to that shortcut and put it on the desktop, verifying that non-admin users can execute it. You may need to change permissions on the first shortcut to ensure Read and Execute permission for all.

Read-Execute permission

  • It still able to edit the shortcut tho. I did try set the permission to read & execute only, then create the shortcut to desktop. But at desktop, I am still able to edit the target path. Will edit the my post by adding image. – Jack Wong Feb 4 at 17:44
  • "It still able to edit the shortcut tho." Which of the two shortcuts are you discussing? Did you log in as a non-Admin user? – DrMoishe Pippik Feb 4 at 18:00
  • Please kindly assume there is don't have admin user, there is only 1 user in the device. The scenario would like this, I will create PortableChrome.exe to desktop as shortcut, then right-click the shortcut and edit the target field to launch as Kiosk mode. After this, I want to lock the target field from being modify (like Grey Out) – Jack Wong Feb 4 at 18:13

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