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    Time access to Accounts

    Can you set the "log in at certain times" feature to be assigned to a group?

    When students are naughty they get banned from the comptuers. This is a pain, if I could restrict theuir login time's to lessons it would ge great. However it's a pain to keep having to set it up and then un set it up

    It would be great if I could have a group with the timings set (and a few other restrictions) then just add each naughty child to that group.

    Currently we have a vanilla Win2k3 network though I'm hoping ot migrate to 2K8 R2 at easter,

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    There is no way to do this in windows 2003 or 2008.
    It can be done with a third party product like :
    UserLock: Access security and control for Windows networks

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