Mac os X specify login day or time

Posted on 2004-10-19
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Last Modified: 2013-11-17
Is there a way to specify what day or time a user is able to access a particular share on an os X server from os X workstations?  if so, how is this done.  thanks.
Question by:njxbean
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ID: 12353344
Not that i've ever heard of.

Author Comment

ID: 12353788
thats what i thought, but i wasnt sure.  i know u can do it on nt but wasnt sure if it could be done on os X server.  I have a buddy who has a client where users for some reason are having trouble accessing a server and its only after a certain hour this happens.  thats why i asked.  
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ID: 12353903
Hmm...i wonder if it's because of certain scripts that may be scheduled to run at certain times.

Author Comment

ID: 12354044
hmmm, maybe.  or maybe the server is being backed up and thats why.  you might be right!

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ID: 12504696
i havent heard back from them, so i think you were right.  thanks weed.


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