06-09-2012 10:18 AM
I have the program installed on my son's computer, however, I wish to set up the locking feature so that the he must enter the administrator password to unlock it. As it is right now, it simply locks the computer but he can immediately click on unlock and go back to what he was doing. Does someone know if this is possible and how to do it? Thanks.
06-11-2012 01:18 PM
When the time is up or during a curfew period, the child would get an extra 60 seconds plus another 60 seconds while displaying a warning message with 60 seconds counting down. After that, the child is logged out of his/her account. The child is allowed to log back to the PC for 60 seconds and receive another warning message with 60 seconds counting down to finish whatever he/she was doing . Later, the behavior is repeated for the 3rd time, so the child gets about extra 6 minutes, then he/she wouldn't be able to log back to the PC without the email address and password of the Norton Online Family account.
If the child logins again & again (after the exact 6 minutes) using the few seconds right before the program logs him out. One thing you can try is to add a password for the child’s Windows account, so when the child logs back onto the PC diligently each time, it would create more work for the child to do it every few seconds.
06-11-2012 09:13 PM
Well, thanks for the insight, however, I found another work around. I used task manager to automatically shut my son's pc down 5 minutes after his curfew time, so everything is good to go. Thanks for the help, though.