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KTH Digicertus Exam, examination in computer rooms (60 min)

Are you curious about conducting a locked exam in computer rooms, but want to know more about how it works in practice? This workshop goes through how the KTH Digicertus Exam works and lets you test for yourself what it looks like for the students in the computer room.

A workshop can be ordered by everyone who is working at KTH.


The purpose of the workshop is to provide a practical review of how locked examinations in computer rooms ( KTH Digicertus Exam ) work and what the students can do on locked computers.

The workshop takes place on site in the computer room

Please note that the workshop needs to take place physically in a computer room in order to demonstrate how the lockdown works. If there is only one or two people who will attend the workshop, it can take place in an unbooked computer room, but if there are several of you who want to attend the workshop, you need to book a Windows computer room where the workshop can be held.


No specific preparations are required.

Time required

1 hour.

Learning objectives

After completing the workshop, participants should:

  • Know which rooms lockdown works in.
  • Know how to order lockdown.
  • Be able to boot up and shut down the lockdown manually.
  • Be able to describe the difference in how Canvas works with locking compared to without.
  • Know problems that may arise and solutions to these.
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Last changed: Sep 12, 2023