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Child circumvented parental controls

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  • I had set up a user account for my child to use on his computer with me as the administrator. I was able to set time limits and content filters with his account.  Apparently he found out a way to circumvent this situation. While signed in under his account, he simply signed up for another gmail account then created another microsoft account with the gmail account. I was surprised that as a USER, he was able to create another account in windows. He just added his new microsoft account, signed in under that, and now I have no control over his time or content.  MS should add an option for admins to disallow users to create new accounts.
    Thursday, March 24, 2016 3:55 PM

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