|15 Mar 2013||#1|
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How to prevent someone from foolling with sound
I take care of a Windows 7 Home Premium computer in an Assisted Living Facility. The residents or someone is always fooling with the sound. I don't mind them adjusting the volume. However I find the front outputs being used when I set it up for the back speaker outputs. I also find various changes made to the Realtec HD Audio Manager.
Is there a way to put these various controls under the built in admin user (PW protected) account that I setup for myself. And if the sound controls are shut off will the keyboard volume control still work?
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