Controlling Xbox access

Hello everybody,
me and some other friends are going to buy an Xbox One for our student residence.
We were wondering if we can set a password at Xbox startup, or a thing like that, in order to allow access only to people that contributed to purchase.
Thanks for any answers.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 0 Applies to:

As far as I know, you cannot actually lockdown an Xbox One console....what you could do is hide the controllers though and maybe the power brick. 

You can however add an additional line f security to your profiles by adding a passkey.

Xbox One gives you the ability to set a personal passkey. The six-character passkey offers the following benefits:

  • A passkey protects against a child signing in as the parent and overriding parental controls. This setting prevents a child from simply clicking on the parent’s picture, signing in as the parent, and changing the child’s otherwise parentally controlled settings.
  • A passkey helps to prevent unauthorised charges. You can choose to require a passkey as part of any purchase on Xbox Live. Setting a passkey helps prevent children from making unapproved purchases.
  • A passkey allows the parent to grant content exceptions. The only way for a parent to override a content limitation is by entering his or her personal passkey, so it’s easier to manage what content your children use on your Xbox One console.
  • Your passkey roams with you. The passkey that you set on your profile follows you to any Xbox One console you use. As long as you sign out when you leave, you can feel secure knowing your account is safely saved to your friend’s Xbox One console and ready for you the next time you come over to play.
  • A forgotten passkey defaults to your Microsoft account password. If you forget your passkey, the console will default to your Microsoft account password as a fail-safe.

You can see how to do it via this link: http://support.xbox.com/en-GB/xbox-one/security/create-xbox-one-passkey

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