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It seems when I set logon hours for a user it also disables their ability to check their email after hours from their phone or home computer.  Is there a way to disable access to work stations without locking them out of email?

I am using SBS 2008.
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No I am afraid not. Restricting access by hours in active directory restricts logons/connections of any type.
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Is there any other alternative way to lock a user out of work stations then?
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During specific times?  No I am afraid not unless someone makes a 3rd party add-on that I am not aware of.  It is pretty much an 'all or nothing' option.
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