Parental Controls and Windows User Accounts

How to find this tool:
Main Console > Family > Parental Controls

Not all versions of Trend Micro security software include this feature.

You can use Parental Controls to create customized rules for everyone who uses the computer. For example, you can enforce strict filtering when young children use the computer, but still allow more permissive settings for older children.

Customized rules for Parental Controls rely on Windows User Accounts. Microsoft Windows allows you to create unique accounts (with a user name and password) for each person using the computer. You can link these accounts to Parental Controls, and then configure different filtering and access schedules for each Windows User Account.

Parental Controls do not recognize Windows Domain accounts. It can only recognize accounts created on each computer (Windows User Accounts), not accounts created for logging into a Windows Domain.

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