|06 Dec 2009||#1|
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Setting Time Limit on Administrator Account
Ok, I am the administrator and I want to set a time limit on my account. I have been spending to much time working and I need it to kick me off at a certain time. The problem is that when I go in to add the time limit to my account it says it only works for standard users. I can't use a standard account because I am always changing settings and installing software and it would just be a pain to jump between accounts. Anyway is there a registry value or something that I can change to be allowed to set parental controls on an administrator account?
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