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Windows 2000 Server to have logon hours at half hour intervals

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Is it possible to set a Windows 2000 Server to have logon hours at half hour intervals. i:e I want our users to have access form 8.30am and not 8am etc (Based on our company working hours)

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Hi,
There is a work around by Microsoft about it
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc787251.aspx
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