Windows 10: my son bypass the windows family screen time by changing the time in his pc.

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  1. my son bypass the windows family screen time by changing the time in his pc.


    my son bypass the windows family screen time by changing the time in his pc. is there a way that i can set up in microsoft family that my son is on Eastern Time to avoid this? Note: my son is 14 and avid pc gamer and code Python developer... thus please only replay with real solution... not basic fix* Moved from Community Participation Center

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    Mauricio.Velez, Oct 12, 2021 at 4:22 PM
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  2. Sher Amo Win User

    My son is able to bypass the PC screen time limit on Windows 10

    Hi Cornell,

    One of the possible reasons why you encounter your concern is sometimes your child’s Microsoft account may expire on their device and it will not be recognized as one of the existing child accounts in your family. To resolve your concern, we suggest
    that you remove the exiting child account of your son in your family and add it back again. To do this follow the steps below:

    • To remove an account on your family, follow these steps:
    A. From a web browser, go to
    http://account.microsoft.com/family
    and sign in with the Microsoft account of an adult in the family.

    B. To remove a child, select Remove at the top of the section labeled Select a child to view or edit their settings.

    To remove an adult, including the account you used to sign in with, select Remove at the top of the Adults section. If you're the only adult in the family, you'll need to remove all the kids before you can remove yourself.

    C. Select the person you want to remove from the family.

    D. Select the Remove button that appears when you've chosen the person to remove.

    2. To add a child in your family, follow the steps provided on this

    link
    .

    In addition, sign in your son’s Microsoft account on his device to refresh it. To do this, select the
    Start button, then select Settings > Accounts and follow the prompt to verify his account. If the issue persists, we suggest that you check this

    link
    to know how to fix screen time limits if it’s not working in Windows 10.

    Let me know if the solution above works for you.
     
  3. Family Safety screen time stuck on old settings

    • I set up family safety settings under windows 8.
    • Configured screen time options to for only daytime, so as to prevent my son from using the computer too early or too late in the day.
    • I've upgraded the computer to Windows 10 (live update, not a fresh install).
    • Now I want to change the screen time settings for my son. Nothing I have attempted (short of clean install of Windows) has worked.
      • Changing time settings doesn't work
      • Turning off Screen Time doesn't help
      • Removing/Adding his account from family safety doesn't help
      • Removing/Adding the computer from family safety doesn't help
    • I don't see a Windows Family Safety service running on the machine, which is odd.
    • I really don't want to do a fresh Windows install.

    Any suggestions are welcome.
     
  4. RossH.24 Win User

    my son bypass the windows family screen time by changing the time in his pc.

    Windows 10 Family Safety Screen Time Bypass

    My son signs into his Windows 10 PC using a Microsoft account, and is part of our family, and subject to Family Safety screen time limits of 2hrs on a Saturday, from 8am to 6:30pm. Also note that his account is verified (I know from experience that Family
    Safety doesn't work properly when an account is not verified).

    Today he discovered that when he gets the "15 minutes to go, request more time" dialogue box, if he simply turns off his PC at this point (I mean unplugs it from the mains without shutting down properly), then when the PC starts up again and he logs in,
    it seems to forget how much time he's used so far today, e.g. it's as if the time limits are reset so he gets another 2 hrs.

    So, simply doing a hard power off of his PC (equivalent of a power cut) at the relevant time allows him to totally bypass the daily screen time limit.

    Is this a known problem, because it seems like a pretty massive flaw in the screen limits system?

    Many Thanks,

    Ross
     
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