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    What about a script using the shutdown command?

    you could place a batch file on the teachers desktops that asks for the computer name then inserts it into a script like this

    shutdown /r /f /m \\%COMPUTERNAME% /t 0

    which would force a logoff and restart of the machine (its not possible to just logoff the machines remotely for some reason)

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    What about using mst software lanview 3 as you can force logoff remotely. I get email i then use lanview to force log user off

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