Login Time Restriction in AD

Is there a way to shorten login time restriction in AD.  You can only set user objects in hourly blocks.  Can I reduce it to half-hourly blocks?  Is it possible?
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Dmitri FarafontovLinux Systems AdminCommented:
Absolutely, you can use net user command to set the required time interval
mystikal1000Author Commented:
Net user command?  For eg.?
Dmitri FarafontovLinux Systems AdminCommented:
net user <UserID> /times:{day[-day][,day[-day]] ,time[-time][,time[-time]] [;…] | all}

Specifies the times that users are allowed to use the computer. Time is limited to 1-hour increments. For the day values, you can spell out or use abbreviations (that is, M,T,W,Th,F,Sa,Su). You can use 12-hour or 24-hour notation for hours. If you use 12-hour notation, use AM and PM, or A.M. and P.M. The value all means a user can always log on. A null value (blank) means a user can never log on. Separate day and time with commas, and units of day and time with semicolons (for example, M,4AM-5PM;T,1PM-3PM). Do not use spaces when designating times.

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mystikal1000Author Commented:
So you still have to use 1 hour blocks not half hour blocks?  That sucks!
Dmitri FarafontovLinux Systems AdminCommented:
Thats what I dig up from the MS KB knowledgebase. Here is something I found http://pages.towson.edu/aczech/win2k/RLH. See if that works for you
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