Oooh, I'm feeling advernturous tonight. Those sharing computers with minions.. I mean family members.. will be family with Fast User switching. It's the thingy that lets you stay logged in while someone else uses the computer. It is, however, flawed. My sister never logs out, and leaves all manner of crap running. Mum comes along and Alice is running so much rubbish that Word has a delay when typing in letters. Now, Mum is not computer literate enough to faff with the Task Manager and force Alice to log off, so I'm after something cleverer. What I want is this: When a user tries to Switch (as I shall refer to it from now on), I want to run a quick memory and average CPU usage check on all that user's processes - ensuring that they don't leave the computer crippled when they wander off to do something else. If they're over the limit, then they get told to shut something off, or fully log out instead. The question, therefore is this: Is it possible to do it? If so, how? And with what? Has anyone ever done something similar? Am I a genious? Or insane? Thanks for any ideas.