This multi-user, password-based access control utility enhances and complements the Windows built-in logon and authentication system.
It's fully configurable.
You can use this utility to restrict system access to certain users, optionally controlling the days of the week and the time of day that a user is allowed to log on and use the system. You can define temporary users that expire after a number of logins or when the system reaches a date limit.
This will also keep a log of and track all users who log in to the system. This includes failed logon attempts.
You can also export the program configuration to extend it from one computer to another of similar characteristics.
Now it's easy to apply important security-related tweaks for controlling access to key Windows components.
As an extra bonus, this lets you quickly log off, restart, shut down, stand by and hibernate the system, start the active screen saver and lock the desktop through the tray icon pop-up menu or user-defined hotkeys.
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