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Hello A3CIB, and welcome to Seven Forums.
Yes, you can log off a user from Task Manager. The tutorial below can help show you how to. You have to click on Show processes from all users to run Task Manager as administrator first to be able to though.
Task Manager Users - Log Off a Local User - Vista Forums
Hope this helps,
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