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This is by design. I didn't want a kiosk user to be able to change the network settings on the machine. You can customize policy to allow this, though.

require {
type xguest_t;

#============= xguest_t ==============

This will allow the xguest user to run nm-applet to communicate with the NetworkManager. You would need to use sabayon to read nm-applet as a application on startup also.

With Kiosk you can create profiles that are attached to users or groups of users. A profile can define any KDE setting, but usually includes the contents of the desktop, panel, and K Menus, as well as the choice of wallpaper, default fonts, and widget style.

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