HOME > Documentations > Yodeck User Manual > Lock Down Player [Enterprise Plan only] Lock Down Player [Enterprise Plan only] Posted by Kostas Sveronis on October 20th, 2020 Table of Contents Yodeck player based on Raspberry Pi Warning!How to unlock the PlayerNeed Help? infoYodeck player based on Raspberry Pi ⚠️This section is available only for players based on Raspberry Pi. For other player types, this section won’t be displayed at all. More details about the Yodeck Player based on Raspberry Pi can be found here. By locking down the player, the below options will be disabled on your player’s settings: errorWarning!Before locking down your player, make sure that you have read the below information. Many configuration options will be disabled, and you will need physical access to the player to unlock it. Disabling SSH and firewall TCP Port 22Disabling the VPN support connection optionDisabling the firewall reconfiguration optionDisabling CHANGING the Customization ScriptDisabling CHANGING the Custom Power ScriptDisabling remotely CHANGING all player’s SSH support passwords How to unlock the Player When deactivating this feature, a deactivation file is produced for each device affected and emailed to the Account Admins only. The deactivation file must be written on a USB flash drive. While the player is off, you need to plug in the USB flash drive with the deactivation file on the player’s USB ports, then start the boot-up sequence for the lockdown setting to be deactivated. Reflashing the device will not do anything. The deactivation file will be in this format (unlock_Player’s-ID_ Screen-ID ) to know which file to use on which player. Example: Player’s-ID= 12345Screen-ID= abc1234 The unlock file that will be produced upon disabling the Lock-Down feature on that player will be named: unlock_12345_ abc1234 Need Help? The Yodeck Support Team can help you out! Reach out!