A while back I asked a question dealing with my classroom and some software recommendations for an NTP server. Now, I'm back at it again with another question regarding my classroom:
I created an intranet website to allow my students to take tests in the classroom on Windows 7 and Microsoft Office. The computers have Google Chrome, and hitting F11 will allow Chrome to go full-screen. Well, hitting it again or hitting ESC will take it out of full screen.
I'm looking for a way so that as soon as the computer starts up, Google Chrome is launched in full screen automatically and is unable to be "un-full-screened" for lack of a better term. This will prevent my student from minimizing it and searching throughout the computer for their answer, and will only allow them to view their test until an administrator closes the window.
Does anyone have any ideas on how this can be achieved? I cannot find anything relevant in all of my Google searches, and everything leads me to people reporting bugs in Chrome about it not releasing from full screen mode.
Edit by Izzy:
To not being closed as "asking for an Howto instead of software", this question is better phrased as looking for a tool that
- is protected by the admin account
- can disable keyboard-shortcuts like F11, ESC, ALT-F4, and the like (user-defined)
- can be started with the system
So Chrome (or whatever browser) could be started full-screen with the system, and only via admin-account it could be minimized/closed. How to disable access to the browser's menu to circumvent this, is a different question.