how can i implement force logoff when logon hours expire policy

I am working in a server-base networking environment. I configured GPO with the policy" Force logoff when logon hours expire" enabled. I define the logon hours of the user in the default domain policy. But when the logn hours of the user are expired, the user is not get logoff from the client computer. The computer is the client of the domain. how can i implement this policy on windows 2003 server.
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
have the hours been set on the user object?

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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
5206 » How do I limit logon times in a Windows 2000 domain?
http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBK/tip5200/rh5206.htm

HOW TO: Limit User Logon Time in a Domain in Windows 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q318714
Dilip KhanolkarCommented:
limit the user log on time it will dedfinately restrict them
mudassar_attaAuthor Commented:
I am working in a server-base networking environment. I configured GPO with the policy" Force logoff when logon hours expire" enabled. I define the logon hours of the user in the default domain policy. But when the logn hours of the user are expired, the user is not get logoff from the client computer. The computer is the client of the domain. how can i implement this policy on windows 2003 server. Hours have been set on the user object. and the domain policy over right the local policy of the client computer. I did't get the right solution right now
Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
>> I define the logon hours of the user in the default domain policy.

what is showing on the user object as logon times in active directory users and computers?
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