I have been searching around for a solution for a problem I have. I am an admin for a local Century 21. The problem they are running into is, currently to keep employees etc, from abusing bandwith and just plain wasting time, they have the computers shut down at 6PM. They used to just block Internet access at that time, but employees found ways around that. but now I guess its just as bad, because all they do is turn the machine back on, waste time, and bandwith. The boss really doesn't mind if in their free time (that sometimes they have a lot of) if they browse internet etc. He is just wound up when it is after hours. Never the less, the only thing I can sort of think of, would be (if it was made) a small device that could go between the ATX motherboard connector from the power supply and the actual board, that maybe had a timer in it, so you could not even turn it back on until say 8am. I am open for suggestions if this is not possible. I saw some Wake On LAN software that had some locking capabilities, but it was software, and just figured, it was going to lead to someone getting around it.