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    Logon times

    I know this has been covered before but I'm not having a lot of luck searching the forums. How do I restrict the login times on some of the workstations to say 9 - 4 so that pupils can't use PCs in un-supervised areas before school starts?


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    Re: Logon times

    Is there any way to do this for the computer and not the users the pupils are allowed to use certain rooms at 8 - 4:45 but other are 9:30 - 4?

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    Re: Logon times

    No, the times are per user settings.

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    Re: Logon times

    Its been a while since I have done any of this but I did have a solution.

    Scenario:

    I wanted to restrict the computers in the library from being used before school - i.e there was no supervision and the kids would cause havok in there.

    Resolution:

    Using WSH as a log on script I simple checked the computer name, and the current time, and if the time was within the boundary I simple executed the api to force log off - that way windows would let anyone log on, but if that computer was in my "naughty" list then the script would automatically kick them off.

    Its not too difficult - a quick google will sort you out. If you do want to try this and get stuck I am sure I can probably dig up something to help you out.

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