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Automatic Lock down

By jworden ·
Ok. Here's the problem. My employees log on to their Windows XP Machine as early as 7am to 10 am. At approximately 7PM every night, they all seem to disconnect themselves from the server. Server is currently running 2003 Enterprise. Any suggestions as to why this is happening or maybe a little direction to cure the problem...

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by sgt_shultz In reply to Automatic Lock down

Here is one thing that could explain it:

HOW TO: Limit User Logon Time in a Domain in Windows Server 2003;en-us;816666#XSLTH3143121123120121120120

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by RG11 In reply to Automatic Lock down

Are any services scheduled to run/stop a 7 that may throw the users out?

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by pepe_paschall In reply to Automatic Lock down

I had a similar issue within my current configuration due to a developer running virtual servers. We maintain WINS, DNS and DHCP but the virtual server from within out own network caused the similar issue that your speaking of.

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by hozcanhan In reply to Automatic Lock down

A process or a software command ( e.g. start of a new virtual server or application i.e scheduled backup )is causing some overflow ; e.g. max allowed client access ..max number of processes or max swap etc. Check out to see which limit is used up and enlarge ....

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