Home » Get Support » Webcourses@UCF Support » Webcourses@UCF Guides » Enable LockDown Browser in Your Online Course Enable LockDown Browser in Your Online Course Before using Respondus LockDown Browser in your course to proctor quizzes, you’ll need to enable it in your course. After logging in to Webcourses@UCF, navigate to your course via the Dashboard.To enable LockDown Browser in your course, click the Settings link at the bottom of the course navigation menu.Click the Navigation tab at the top of the page.On the Navigation settings page, you’ll see two lists of links. The top list displays links that are enabled in the course, while the bottom displays links that are hidden in your course. There are two ways a link can be enabled:Click and drag an item from the bottom list of links to the top list of links.Scroll down and locate LockDown Browser in the disabled link list. Click on the triple dot menu and click Enable.After enabling LockDown Browser, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Save.LockDown Browser will now appear in the course navigation menu. LockDown Browser Training Due to the complex nature of the program, training for instructors using LockDown Browser is strongly recommended. Training videos and resources are provided in the application itself, but Repondus is also offering daily webinars at https://web.respondus.com/webinars/. For first-time users interested in a simpler proctoring system, consider using ProctorHub. If you have questions about LockDown Browser, contact Webcourses@UCF Support. Chromebooks and LockDown Browser Installation of LockDown Browser for Chromebook is as follows: Log into the Chromebook and start the Chrome browser Log into the LMS using a student account, and navigate to the exam that requires LockDown Browser Select the link for downloading and installing LockDown Browser From the Chrome web store, select “Add to Chrome” to install the LockDown Browser Extension Additional notes: It is no longer necessary for instructors to enable the Chromebook option on a per exam basis.