[rt-users] kiosk mode?

Aaron Zuercher aaron.techgeeks at gmail.com
Thu Nov 10 14:05:02 EST 2011

Most modern browsers have the option of saving login and password
information for websites.  They would still have to click OK but the
credentials would be saved for them.

I know IE has a kiosk mode that can hide all toolbars/buttons.  Not sure if
other browser can do this.


On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 12:47 PM, Yan Seiner <yan at seiner.com> wrote:

> We're planning to set up a display in one of the crew areas that displays
> their current projects.
> To goal is to have it completely automated; the computer gets turned on
> and it auto-logs in to a default user, runs a browser, and brings up a
> default RT dashboard.
> Is anyone aware of a plugin that would allow RT to log in automatically as
> a particular user?
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