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Hey guys, i have a question about the parental controls built into my mac mini OS X 10.6.7. Once the timer runs out on the allowed session for a user, does it close all of the open programs or just lock them out of the computer? for example, if they had a game open, would it close the game on lockout or lock the computer and leave the game running?
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My daughter says that whatever you had open is there. I'm not sure if it'd leave the game open, or act more like sleep

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