Is there a script or a process to Logg Off Users automatically in 60 minutes of inactivity and but not system adminitrators?

Is there a script or a process to Logg Off Users automatically in 30 minutes of inactivity Windows 7, but not for system administrators?  I am not a windows guy, so I trying to figure this out. I have server 2003 and active directory. I know how to move around in Server 2003, active directory,  and get to the GPOs. I am fairly new at this though? It would be great to get something simple and get the understanding of it so I can learn this stuff if possible. Plus, The application we have too use unfortunately can only be used for one user at a time, so when 2 user are logged in the same system it messes up. So we disable the switch users ability, but know we get users forgetting to log out and leaving which creates another problem, then we have to hard shut down which we are trying to avoid.
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
You can do this through Group Policy, very simply.

How Do I Set a Group Policy to Lock a PC After Minutes?
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
For what you are looking for you cannot do this natively with Active Directory. What i would suggest is using Winability formally WinExit.src. See the below link...


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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
@paul - the inital question is not to lock the machine rather log them out after inactivity. You cannot do this natively through Group Policy.

Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
You're right!  Thanks, Will.
F35_TechAuthor Commented:
I greatly appreciate this info, I will see if I can get site license purchase approval for it. Thank you for your time and efforts.
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