This project consisted of building secure public access computer workstations limited to a subset of the library’s licensed resources, and accessible to walk-in users unaffiliated with the University. I utilized Microsoft’s free SteadyState application to secure and lock down the terminals. I created a fresh installation of Windows XP, installed the SteadyState application, configured the program to limit internet access to a few websites, and limited program access to Internet Explorer. The process was relatively straight forward except for the occasional simple problem that took too long to figure out – but thankfully numerous user forums had decent tips on a couple of minor workarounds. One problem was not solvable, but the lost functionality was minimal and acceptable to my supervisor.