[clug-talk] setting how long a user may remain on a system

Doug Fenton dfenton at theiteam.ca
Tue Oct 2 08:53:19 PDT 2007


The quick and dirty way would be:
	Linux: timeoutd
	
	Windows XP: net user <username> /time: {times}
		i.e. - net user billy /time: Mon-Fri, 12-14

Doug =8-))

-----Original Message-----
From: clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca [mailto:clug-talk-bounces at clug.ca] On
Behalf Of bogi
Sent: Tuesday, October 02, 2007 9:33 AM
To: CLUG General
Subject: [clug-talk] setting how long a user may remain on a system

Here is a good question, how do you set, say a user with say 2 hours
computer 
time a day ? Think it as a parental restriction, kid grounded, he gets 2

hours a day on the computer .... How do you set that ?

Cheers
Szemir

P.S. It is my neighbor asking not me :-)

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