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Activity Reporting - Parents can obtain a list of the websites visited. In addition, computer usages time, programs run, files downloaded, and games run will be reported via Windows Parental Controls.
Task Scheduler 2.0 also supports calendar and event-based triggers, such as starting a task when a particular event is logged to the event log, or when a combination of events has occurred. Also, several tasks that are triggered by the same event can be configured to run either simultaneously or in a pre-determined chained sequence of a series of actions, instead of having to create multiple scheduled tasks. Tasks can also be configured to run based on system status such as being idle for a pre-configured amount of time, on startup, logoff, or only during or for a specified time
Of course, you could simply hardwire the computer into a power line supplied via a time-switch in a secure area. That could only be defeated by leaving some fairly obvious clues.
Like an extension cord under the mattress?
I'll try using trucrypt.
What you need is a "coin-in-the-slot" electric meter
USB Memory Key Authentication - Configure a USB memory stick as an authentication key to encrypt the required drives. This key must be plugged into the system whenever the system is started to access the encrypted drive(s).