Log in or out of your sign in/out kiosk

Learn how to log in to your sign in/out kiosk. You'll need to do this before your employees or guests can use it to sign in. 

Once you have created a sign in/out kiosk in WhosOnLocation, sign in to your kiosk device so people can start using it in your location. How to log in to your kiosk will depend on your kiosk device: Windows kiosks use a web browser, and iPad kiosks run on a native iPad app.

Your kiosk login credentials were created during the setup of your kiosk in the Settings tab. The kiosk credentials are made up of your login email address, password, and PIN.

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Log in to a Windows kiosk

Signing in to a Windows-based kiosk device is the same as signing into the desktop application but instead of using your email address, use the kiosk email address.

Note that you can't be logged in to your own account and in to a kiosk account in the same browser on the same computer.

To log in to your Windows kiosk:

  1. Open your web browser.
  2. Go to https://login.whosonlocation.com/
  3. Enter the kiosk email address.
  4. Enter the kiosk password.
  5. Click Log In.

Your kiosk can now be used to sign in and out. Learn how to set up printers to print badge passes. 

Log in to an iPad kiosk

To use an iPad as a kiosk, you need to first download the WolKiosk app. Once installed, the login process is the same as the Windows kiosk.

To log in to your iPad kiosk:

  1. Download and install the WolKiosk app from the App Store.
  2. Open WolKiosk on your iPad.
  3. Enter the kiosk email address.
  4. Enter the kiosk password.
  5. Click Log In.

Your kiosk can now be used to sign in and out. Learn how to set up printing on an iPad.

Log out of a kiosk

To log out of your kiosk, or access any settings, you will need to enter the Kiosk PIN:

  1. Tap or click on the kiosk menu in the top-right corner.
  2. Tap or click on Log Out.

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  3. Enter the kiosk PIN.
  4. Click Confirm.

You will be taken back to the login page where you can log into the kiosk account or your own WhosOnLocation account.

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