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I need to Lockdown my sons computer from like Midnight to 6 A.M. Is their a way to do this with out cutting the power?
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by:guidway
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what O.S are you running? Win2k,WinXP?

If either of those you can press ctrl-alt-del and click "Lock Computer" and it will require a sign on password to get back on it.

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oh wait... you want it timed... sorry.

this might work:
http://www.toplang.com/desktoplock.htm
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by:mspolter
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Check out the following software:

http://www.spectorsoft.com/products/SpectorPro_Windows/entry.asp?refer=6915

This will enable you to monitor what he is doing and severely restrict internet activities and applications based on time.
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