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How do I create a GPO to Limit User Logon Time?

Posted on 2011-02-20
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Is there a way to create a Group Policy that allows you to restrict a user's logon times? I know you can do it individually within AD Users and groups but this takes far too long so set each one up that way.
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by:ChopperCentury
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From AD you can select multiple users and go to properties...then change the hours for many users at one time.
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by:Hildebr
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An OU has been created already and I would like for the GPO to be applied to that if possible.
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These are options http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816666
GPO is one of them
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Thanks for help assist.
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