How to set time for locking the system Tags: Configuration Default Windows XP Last response: March 6, 2010 8:15 AM in Windows XP Share Praveenkumarkotha March 6, 2010 7:51:32 AM Hello, how to set default time for locking the system More about : set time locking system manojgj March 6, 2010 8:15:55 AM just enable screen saver & check "on resume password protect " for ideal machines .. for locking system while it has been used try this http://www.sowsoft.com/computer-lock.htm http://www.toplang.com/desktoplock.htm m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Solvedhow to start system at set time (ASUS Z87-Pro) Forum How to set the system time and date on ASRock Z68 Extreme4 Gen3? Forum SolvedHow to Monitor CPU temps over a set time Forum How do I set memory timing without having the system not boot up? Forum SolvedComplete Newbie, first time building, how does my set up look? Forum SolvedHow to set new HDD as the system HDD. Forum System locking up at random times. Ideas? Forum SolvedHow to set up two different gpu's in a system? Forum How Do I Set or Stop Roxio CinePlayer From Playing DVD's Every Time I Load A DVD Into My Disc Drive Forum how to solved when windows xp starting cmos cheksum bad ,date/time not set Forum SolvedHow to connect an audio system to AV port of set top box. Forum SolvedHow do I correctly set up Hard Drives for my use--First time builder Forum SolvedHow Best to set up Dual Boot system on One SSD without losing Performance? Forum SolvedHow to set up three different wifi systems from a single cable modem: 1 primary home network and 2 additional guest networks. Forum SolvedHow to set timing on ram Forum "The firmware has detected that the system date/ time has not been set.press the enter to continue" Forum SolvedNot sure how to set up my 5.1 home theater system to my PC Forum SolvedHow to set up a dual raid system Forum Card's write protect switch is set to lock on screen - how to unlock Forum SolvedHow to test a pump w/o LC system set up? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !