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Restrict user for login

Posted on 2004-10-12
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How to make a 2003 domain user so that they can permit to login 1 hour in any time in a day. After 1 houre the should be auto logout and cant login in that day.
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by:corneliup
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You can restrict the duration of a session only for terminal users connected to the server.
For the domain users that logs to the domain from their computers you can restrict the workstation from wich they can login in and the time of day (e.g. from 09:00 am to 06:00 pm ) when thei can login, but not the amount of time they can be loged to the domain.

To restrict the computer from wich they can login:
user properties > account > click on "Log On To..." button

To restrict the time of day:
user properties > account > click on "Logon Hours..." button
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by:Jewel0071
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No sir, i wan a scritpt which will run at the logon lime and check the amount of time the user use in particular day if he/she already used 1 houre then it will restick the user login. and another script which will run after 1hour to logout the user.
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by:corneliup
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JSI TIP 8520 » How can I force users who are logged onto my domain to log off their computer at a specified time?

http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBR/tip8500/RH8520.HTM

JSI TIP 8526 » Another script to force users who are logged onto my domain to log off their computer at a specified time.

http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBR/tip8500/rh8526.htm

This a good start point, it' not exactly what you need but it's 80%
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by:Jewel0071
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thanks your help, but i want that my user can login any time in a day but for 1 hour in any time after one houre he/she will be logout and if he/she try to login again in any pc within the domain he/she should be not permited to do that.
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by:Jewel0071
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i got the solution by myself, the programe call watchgog 8.4.1 can do what i want to do. it can also log the user activity
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