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Does anyone have a script to auto shut down Windows 7?
I am wanting to have a script written to run as a task at a certain time.

How about a script for logging out a user for certain time frame?
I want the user to have Administrative rights on Windows 7 but want to restrict their hours of use.  Can only do this currently with a non-admin account.
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Write a Batch file with the below one and schedule it.

to shutdown "shutdown -s"
to Logoff "shutdowl -l"
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