Allow Non-Admins to log each other off in Windows 7

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Domain Group Policy
Windows 7 64-bit
We have windows 7 pc's on our domain, when people are logged in and the next users try's to log in they can't, i need to find a group policy or setting so that if the second user tries to log in it logs of the first user. We can't use faster user switching because we use USB devices that will be locked to the first user.

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Accounts are treated as limited users. The User Account Control utility provides elevated permissions when required and prompts users for those permissions.   You can control UAC behavior in Windows 7  it does not prompt you for these permissions


 

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  • FTClark
    I don't know if there is an option to do this but an awkward workaround I have often used is to restart the computer, which logs the previous user out.
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  • Genderhayes
    You just need to add an entry for them in sudoers. You could even give them restricted access so they can only use sudo for specific functions, like the decrypt and logout. 
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