The Password Protection feature is
designed for administrators who want to restrict user
access to the program's interface and configuration.
This feature secures the System Tray icon
and prevents users from shutting down ScreenPrint or restoring it
to their screens without entering a password. Since users will not
have access to the program's interface, Password Protection is
generally suitable if you require users to only print (not capture)
their screens. However, enabling password
protection may be appropriate if the administrator wants to access
each user's captured images.
Security, Transparency, Zero Learning
Password Protection can be used to prevent users from
capturing or saving sensitive on-screen company information. In
addition, when Password Protection is used in conjunction with
the Start and Exit
Options in the Configuration Window, the
program can be made totally transparent to users. In other
words, ScreenPrint can be pre-configured to automatically start and
exit with Windows and users will never see the interface; they will
only know that their screens are printed every time they press the
Print Screen key.