Depending on the administrator's selections, IP registry can work as a program that can stop students from taking assessments from home or even lock them out of the system entirely. Pinholes can be opened for homebound students so they do not have to be on site to complete the assessments. IP Registry also allows an administrator to lock educators out of the system unless they are at school. It’s important to note that when students are restricted from taking assessments at home, the system will skip over any assessment until the student returns to school. Once at school, the system will prompt the student to take any skipped assessments before progressing further into the course.