The Embedded Lockdown Manager is now updated with configuration support for new lockdown features in Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry, writes Scott Johnston on the Windows Embedded blog.
The update includes a Windows 8 Application Launcher, which enables a single Windows Store application to start automatically; and a USB Filter, which allows only trusted USB devices to be connected to the system.
You can get the updated Embedded Lockdown Manager from the Download Center, as well as from MyOEM.
To learn more about what’s included in the update, head over to the Windows Embedded blog.
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