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Can I Force A Guest Account To Log Off After Inactivity
I have Win 8 basic (so no gpedit at my disposal). This... I also tried pointing the task scheduler to Karen's Show Stopper (KSS) to log it off. p.s. have a peek here
Will helium in the tires of bike make it lighter? I want to have it log off of the guest account after being inactive for 5 mins so that it clears the session info if the last person who used it Code Johnny Code, Code! you could start with "man xset" and "xset q". https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6656674?start=0&tstart=0
macos guest-account user-account share|improve this question edited Jul 20 '11 at 3:09 Joel Spolsky♦ 1,498112746 asked Jul 18 '11 at 3:52 Soumya 503517 Would there really be harm in Thanks, Edmund 6 Posted: 9/16/14 at 11:56 AM by GaToRAiD have you thought about using applescript to grab the window of the dialog box and click the "Ok" button, which I'm This site is not affiliated with or endorsed by Apple Inc. The problem is I don't have a command to force the Guest account to logout.
for that. Thank You for... The Family Safety seems unable to apply to the Guest Account, right? My guest account is the admin in User Accounts and Family Safety My guest account is the admin.
Did you ever find a solution for this? what else can you do when you don't know each other. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Not the answer you're looking for? If there are users who should never be automatically logged out (for example, an account that serves up a shared iTunes library), just donâ€™t create the launch agent in their Library.
From a remote Mac, launch a VNC viewer app such as JollysFastVNC Home found in the Apple App Store. vBulletin ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. How do you enable the guest account? No doubt it is a powerful tool, but I can't justify purchasing it solely for this purpose.
It sure seems like it should be possible, i just will have to re-examine how the creation of the guest folder happens each log in. –bmike♦ Jul 20 '11 at 3:29 Dialog with your fellow IT professionals, gain insight about Apple device deployments, share best practices and bounce ideas off each other. Disclosure: I work for the company who make Power Manager. Now if a user does not log-off, this remote desktop connection stays logged-in and makes it so no-one else can use that PC.
Reply Voyager says: January 19, 2017 at 8:57 pm Hey, do anyone have someway to make an Automator action for this? Click "Advanced>>" to get to another section with a command line to run when the screensaver starts P.S. Open Menu Close Menu Apple Shopping Bag Apple Mac iPad iPhone Watch TV Music Support Search apple.com Shopping Bag : CommunitiesSign inPostBrowse discussionsContact SupportSearchCommunitiesContact SupportSign inContentPeopleSearch Support CommunitiesMac OS & System This account is cleared every time someone logs off the computer.
If not, it then keeps track of how long that is the case. This could not be flagged. Just a thought, I've done something like this before.
It's not like they take up a ton of CPU cycles, but even sitting there in the background they are taking up VM (and undoubtably some real RAM).
Users can't be trusted to log out when they're done... –Soumya Jul 20 '11 at 3:26 Fair enough - I'll see if I can gin up a launchd login It is just a kiosk computer. Does it run at boot rather than at the user level? –bmike♦ Jul 20 '11 at 3:42 Power Manager has a number of advantages. Re: Automatically log off idle user?
Its could be easier for everyone want to do it quick. I want to use this account so that users cannot save to the desktop, and I want the browser settings to be totally cleared for the next user. Abdul Khan says: November 17, 2015 at 16:39 Thanks a lot… I saw this suggestion posted somewhere else but wasn't sure the screensaver could still be called on Windows 7.