Auto shutdown and logoff solution for unattended computers

Screen Pass is an auto shutdown and auto logoff software that extends the capability of the standard workstation lock and gives administrators complete control over idle workstations.
I think that every network administrator on my base could use Screen Pass... I like everything about it, especially because now I don't have to worry about people being logged on to the network for too long. I just set Screen Pass up for the amount of time that I want, and it reboots
Jerry Phillips
Edwards Air Force Base
Enforce password security
Enforce password security using auto logoff software.
After Screen Pass is installed on a workstation, the user is prevented from turning off the password protection for the screen saver. In addition, the administrator has control over the screen saver timeout period by enforcing maximum and minimum timeouts and control over the screen saver grace period, the time after which the screen saver becomes active and before the workstation becomes locked.
Unlock workstations with 'true' administrator override
Unlock workstations with true administrator override using our auto logoff solution.
An administrator can enter his or her ID and password to unlock the workstation. Note that that with Screen Pass the workstation is simply unlocked; the existing logon session is not terminated. This differs from the standard functionality in the Windows where the current user is logged off, unsaved application data is lost, and the administrator is logged onto a new session.
Centrally control security options
Centrally control security and auto logoff options
Administrators can remotely manage all Screen Pass settings using the Screen Pass Group Policy template. Or use the the Screen Pass Administrator tool to configure individual workstations locally or remotely.
Record events to application event log or text file
Record auto logoff events to application event log or text file.
Including locking, unlocking, login events, etc. With Screen Pass, Administrators can record the following workstation events: Logon, Logoff, Lock, Unlock, Failed unlock attempts, Admin overrides, Failed admin overrides, Auto logoff, The time/date, current user, workstation name, logon authority and other details are included in the event records which are written to the Application Event Log or to a comma delimited text file. The admin may specify the Application event log or a text file on the local or a remote computer.
Auto logoff idle workstations
Auto logoff idle workstations.
after administrator defined idle period has exceeded. Screen Pass can be configured to automatically logoff if the screen saver is running and inactivity continues past a second administrator defined timeout. The auto logoff can also be configured to occur after an admin defined time of day. During auto logoff unsaved changes in open applications are discarded. The auto logoff action can be set to logout, restart, shutdown, or powerdown.
Limit screen saver selection
Limit screen saver selection by using screen pass auto logoff
That are available to the user. With Screen Pass the administrator can limit the screen saver selections available to the user. The allowable screen savers can be specified by filename (without the path) or by description (as it appears in the Display Properties dialog). The enumerated screen savers can serve as a list that is to be included (permitted) or excluded.
Set a Bouncing Image Screen Saver
Set a Bouncing Image Screen Saver after auto logoff.
That can be configured to display company logo or admin defined image. Although Screen Pass can be configured to work with any screen saver, it includes the Bouncing Image screen saver, which displays a bouncing image on the screen. By default the bouncing image is a combination lock. The user may select an alternative Image using the Screen Pass Bouncing Image dialog which is accessible from the Display Properties dialog. Supported formats are .BMP, .GIF, .JPG, .ICO, .EMF, and .WMF. The administrator can specify the default image and all allowed images. The allowed images are identified by filename (including the path) or by directory in which case all images in the directory are allowed.