Introduction: How to Limit the Time a User Can Be On

In this instructable I will show you how to limit the time that a user can be on.
You will need:
1. A computer

Go to Command prompt (Run, type cmd)
then type:
net user
net user "Username" /time:m-f,08:00-17:00

You can set any time or day just the time has to be on the hour....and it does'nt have to be in Military time.


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yuriyonu (author)2009-07-29

how r u supposed to cancel the time limit

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stuuf (author)2008-12-28

You forgot one more requirement: a windows operating system (probably some specific version too) Despite what many people think, other operating systems can be used with computers. Also, the 24-hour clock format is not actually called military time.

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Fire0 (author)stuuf2008-12-28

Hey, sorry bout not including that in the instructions.
I have to disagree with u about the military time.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24-hour_clock

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stuuf (author)Fire02008-12-28

AFAIK no official reference uses the term "military time;" it's a semi-derogatory phrase used mainly by people who choose not to spend the 30 seconds to learn how to use it, as in "stop using military time, do I LOOK like I know how to subtract small integers?"

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Fire0 (author)stuuf2008-12-29

Good point

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havanacus (author)2008-12-22

I don't understand and I think this is something I would like to do... Is the time entered the time the user can sign on or is it the time that they can't?...

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Fire0 (author)havanacus2008-12-22

It's the time that they are allowed to be on...if that helps

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Browncoat (author)Fire02008-12-23

So once it hits that time, it'll boot them off...?

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Fire0 (author)Browncoat2008-12-23

Yeah, to my knowledge! I have not had use of it myself so I have not used it in a while.

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havanacus (author)Fire02008-12-22

Thank you, it does help...