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How would i be able to put time restrictions on a user when they can log on?
For Example: Can not log on until 6pm

thanks, dan
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Need third party software for that.

Or I suppose the other alternative is to buy a timer plug switch so the system doesn't power on at all before 6pm :tazz:

Edited by Neil Jones, 27 October 2005 - 03:40 PM.

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It's called parental supervision :tazz:

Xp Home or Pro?

You could do this quite easily on Windows 2000 domain with group policies, but I suspect that is not what you have.

I've seen a few but they are not free....accessboss

http://www.accessboss.com/
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http://www.snapfiles...y/swaccess.html

pctime watch and Sentrypc, might do it too
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thanks!
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