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How to Fix Time Limit for Local User Accounts In Windows 10

Parental Control is well established on Windows 7 and also it comes quite matured into Windows 8 and now it brings complete changes in Windows 10. With this feature, you can run many functions where unknown users can’t enter those restriction location, for example: it keeps the time limit, when you missed out user account log in.

If you are going to try this feature on Windows 10, this feature completely changed into Microsoft account. You have to know that some of option you can’t access directly you have to depend on Microsoft account. In some cases, it’s possible that you can try with local account, but you lose some of them, this parental control is one of the options.

At this point, using Parental Control, first of all bring the connection Microsoft account in admin and also include the child account. When you run Windows 10, you have to use the Microsoft account to use parental control.

Load the Command Prompt with admin and enter below command:

net user username /time:all

After that you can remove the ‘‘username” with your original name and set the time limit on the command prompt. And also you can days of the week and also 24 hours in the format.

Adding all together, you can set a limit on your account like below you can see the example:

net user username /time:M-F,08:00-18:00;Sa-Su,09:00-22:00

That’s it.

Via: Makeuseof 

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