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What can I use to modify the logon hours permitted for every user in active directory?

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I want to allocate 24 hour logon access for every user in AD without having to make the changes one by one.

Is there a program or script which can make the changes for me?

I am working in a Win Svr 2003 environment.
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Hi, inside Active Directory, select all users you wish to assign the logon access > Right Click > Select "Properties" > Select "Account" Tab > Tick "Logon Hours" > and finally set the timings you wish to allow for the users......
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You can do this by Group Policy, see this link here;

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;816666

(also shows a way to do this by exporting a list os user names and running the Net User command)
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