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How to schedule Auto-Logoff of Windows XP

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October 13, 2004 11:09:01 PM

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I'm working on a project for our Customer Service Dept. where we want to
enable an automated log-off at then end of the day, so our backups can be
done.

Right now there are agents that will leave programs open and then the
backups create errors.

Is there a way in Active Directory, other than the scheduler for replication
to enable this? My supervisor thinks it is not possible to be done in Active
Directory. They are considering a 3rd party client-side application to force
log-off at a set time each day. They want it configured at the client-sire,
not the server.

If this is successful, we will roll out to the entire company.

Thank for any suggestions or advise you can provide.
Anonymous
October 14, 2004 3:28:40 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain (More info?)

Check my response to this question in the
microsoft.public.windowsxp.configuration_manage

User group.


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"Ann" <Ann@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I'm working on a project for our Customer Service Dept. where we want to
> enable an automated log-off at then end of the day, so our backups can be
> done.
>
> Right now there are agents that will leave programs open and then the
> backups create errors.
>
> Is there a way in Active Directory, other than the scheduler for
> replication
> to enable this? My supervisor thinks it is not possible to be done in
> Active
> Directory. They are considering a 3rd party client-side application to
> force
> log-off at a set time each day. They want it configured at the
> client-sire,
> not the server.
>
> If this is successful, we will roll out to the entire company.
>
> Thank for any suggestions or advise you can provide.
July 22, 2010 10:08:08 PM

you can logoff your system automaticaly after a certain period of time

you can schedule it also

there is one switch logoff.exe just schedule it as below

start-programs-accessories-systemtool-scheduler-add schedule-browse logoff.exe(c-windows-system32-logoff)
go to properties and just schedule it

thanks

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