Is there a method, GPO or Registry, that I can set where it will automatically Logoff (as opposed to remain disconnected) a user that has locked their session and left for the day or week? I have searched through the GPeditor and haven't been able to find anything obvious, and I need to set a Local policy since I do not have rights to affect this change on a Domain Controller. I have about 15 Domain attached machines and I frequently have users that will rather than logoff at the end of the day or their shift, will just lock up the machine which forces the next shift user to "Switch User" And with the rotating, long duration shifts that my users work, it is not uncommon for a user that walks away to remain "disconnected" for 3-5 days. I would really like to set the machines the Automatically Log Off a users account if they've been "disconnected" for 12 hours. The Supervisory feeling on this is: If whatever the user has open on their login is THAT important, then they should be more Responsible with their computer usage by saving their documents and then Logging Off before leaving the work area, No consideration will be given to items lost due to a locked session that Times Out. Additionally, does anyone know what is preventing Administrators from being able to Logoff "disconnected" users from the Task Manager "Users" Tab. Thanks in advance.