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      Restrict A Users Logon Hours On Windows XP

      This tip is probably most useful for family computers with kids who use the computer and want to monitor/restrict their computer usage to some degree. Basically, you have to define (via command line) the hours that the user is allowed to login.

      Go to Start > Run and type cmd. You can specify the hours in the following ways:

      First, this limits the user bobby to login Monday - Friday between 8am and 5pm using military time:

      net user bobby /time:M-F,08:00-17:00

      This does the same as above, but using a 12-hour clock:

      net user bobby /time:M-F,8am-5pm

      And here's a more expressive command where you can mix and match and specify different times for different days:

      net user bobby /time:M,4pm-7pm;T-TH,16:00-18:00;F-SU,11am-9pm

      These commands restrict a user from logging on, however they do not force a logoff when a user is already logged in. These logon hours do not have an effect Administrator level accounts.

      To remove the time restrictions, type this in the CMD window:

      net user bobby /time:all

      For the specifics, you can look at Microsoft's http://www.microsoft.com/resources/d....mspx?mfr=true official documentation of the /time switch.
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      this will come in handy 10 yrs from now when I have kids

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      this will come in handy 10 yrs from now when I have kids
      Greetings Walk Wit Me!

      Knowing that at least the option exist to make these changes to benefit and protect our youths is something we all agree on for sure.


      Every little bit helps. It's never too early or too late...LOL

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