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Locking the keyboard and screen
Is there a way to lock the keyboard and mouse when running Silk Test? It seems to me this is/or should be a very basic function of Silk Test, yet I don't recall seeing it in any documentation. I would think that it would make sense to lock out the keyboard and screen when running some tests so that someone doesn't come along and screw everything up, especially during batch running of tests? Any ideas?
Re: Locking the keyboard and screen
Placing our 30+ automated test systems in a secure lab helped to keep the idle curious from playing with our systems and screwing up a test in progress. However, what has been most effective is the BIG SIGN on each computer that threatens disciplinary action to the curious bozo who even thinks of touching one of our systems.
Sr. Software Test Automation Engineer
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