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Windows 7 limit logged on time

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In Windows 7, I know that you can set the time 'Frame' in which a user can log in. Like from 7am - 10 pm however, I want to know if there is a way to kick the user off after say, 2 hours from the point where they logged in?

Windows Steady State does not 'yet' work with Win7, if it ever will.
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