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Time Limit RRS feed

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    Is there anyway that the time limit stay the same for the whole day instead of logging on and off? for example whenever someone logs off and logs back on they get a new set of time limit.
    Saturday, June 21, 2008 8:31 PM

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    Hi Mike, we can use the following method to do this:

     

    1.       Create an account with Administrator privilege.

    2.       Click Start, go to run, type "Control userpasswords2" (without quotation mark) and press Enter.

    3.       Select the user and mark the checkbox "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer".

    4.       Apply restrictions and time limit to the user.

     

    By  doing so, the user will log on automatically when turning on the computer and it shows the user icon on welcome screen while it reaches time limit. If the user want to use the computer, simply click on the user icon and he can get a new set of time limit.

    Monday, June 23, 2008 9:03 AM
    Moderator

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    Hi Mike, we can use the following method to do this:

     

    1.       Create an account with Administrator privilege.

    2.       Click Start, go to run, type "Control userpasswords2" (without quotation mark) and press Enter.

    3.       Select the user and mark the checkbox "Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer".

    4.       Apply restrictions and time limit to the user.

     

    By  doing so, the user will log on automatically when turning on the computer and it shows the user icon on welcome screen while it reaches time limit. If the user want to use the computer, simply click on the user icon and he can get a new set of time limit.

    Monday, June 23, 2008 9:03 AM
    Moderator
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    Mine is already checked. Is there anyway to use a 24 hour timer instead of sessions? Because they can just log out and then log back in to get the same time over and over again...for example i gave someone 2 hrs and 45 mins of time limit and now they have about 5 mins left...they log off then log back in bam theres 2 hrs and 45 mins back on.... not really nifty for kids are libraries because they'll just keep doing it over and over and theres no use for time limits
    Tuesday, June 24, 2008 5:20 AM