This post will cover how to create a maintainable Windows 10 multi-app kiosk with PowerShell and Configuration Manager and a PowerShell script that I wrote. I wrote a blog post here a couple of years ago about deploying Windows 10 1809 in kiosk mode with an AD domain account. Much has happened since then.

Kiosk machines, or single-purpose computers, are used in many scenarios and organizations. Kiosks come in several flavors, including single-purpose locked down kiosks and multi-app kiosks where you need to be able download files and work with them as well. They also need to be secure, as they are exposed in some use cases.

The result of the example script will look like the screen capture below.

Multi app kiosk example

Multi app kiosk example

We also allow access to removable media and the Downloads folder, so if we want to save a file in Google Chrome and then open it in Excel, for example, it possible as shown below.