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Re: [school-discuss] Passwords for kids?
Try another strategy. I'm sure they can remember "corners of the
For example, they can remember qwa (nw corner), or zxc or 1qaz or
"Visual keyboard passwords" might be a solution.
El dom, 16 de 05 de 2004 a las 03:09, Karsten M. Self escribió:
> Sort of an oddball question, but...
> I'm working in a youth center with a ten-system computer lab, 80+ kids
> using it so far, Samba domain.
> Kids are anywhere from 6 to 18.
> _Most_ of them can deal with passwords. A few can't spell their own
> names (and most of 'em could use better typing skillz -- not to mention
> a far more discriminating taste in music....).
> But for a fair number of 'em, particulary the younger set, and a few
> others with learning disabilities, remembering passwords seems to be
> beyond the possible. Anyone have experience with setting up accounts
> for kids?
> Primary login is WinXP. Even here, the three-field login (username,
> pass, logon target (workstation/domain) is confusing.