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Samsung Galaxy 3 Tablet - How to lock wifi setting to prevent a user from tampering with them .

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I have a samsung tab 3 and would like to lock in the wifi settings so that they cannot be changed without a password or some sort .
Is this possible ?
The goal is that the settings work on a select set of SSID and passwords .
The user is unable to change or remove  the wifi passwords stored in the device .
In fact if the setup screen is locked away.. even better .
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