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By davidpvan ·
I manage a multi-domain Active Directory environment. I have users whose accounts reside in one domain and who needs access to resources in another domain. The problem is that I need to restrict the hours during which they can access resources in the remote domain without affecting their ability to work with resources in their own doamin. Creating multiple accounts is not an option. Any ideas?

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by timwalsh In reply to Cross-domain access restr ...

David,
Within Windows, the only way to define restricted log-on hours is per user account. This restriction is applied against ANY connection that user has open, whether local or remote. There is no way to set access restrictions, based on time,on specific resources.

There can create a batch file (per user) to force a connection to remote resources to be closed and schedule it to run at a specific time. However, this would not hinder the user's ability to reconnect to the remote resources (if they are sufficiently knowledgeable and should choose to do so).

There may be third party software available to do this, but I've never had a need to search for it.

Sorry I can't help more.

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