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By Chad R. ·
I am running Windows NT Server 4.0 and we are trying to increase security on both workstation and servers. Each department has decided on the hours of operation but I have to load a program on each system and set up a Scheduled Task to run that timeto LogOff the User on that machine. What I would like to know is Can you set up the server in synch with the Users Access Time to LogOff the User from their workstation and the network when they reach the Access Time Restriction. Or Can you set up aCMD File to run insynch with the Users Access Time Restrictions.
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by Jeremy The IT Guy In reply to Domain Access Time

Well, the first thing to do to sync the workstations and server is to set the server as a Network Time Server by going to the command line and typing: net time /setsntp:192.5.41.41. This is the IP for the Naval Time Server. Then, write a logon script for each user that when they logon, they synchronize with you. The command for that is net time \\<Time Server Name> /set /yes. Now, everyone has the same time. Now you can go to the individual users in the NT Domain Users Administration tool and set each of them to have a set time of operation. This will only let them be logged on within these times. Hope this helps, Jeremy

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by Chad R. In reply to Domain Access Time

I do have the entire domain time synch together. What I am really looking for is a way to logoff the users from the Domain as well as off the workstation they are on and any other workstation they are logged into.
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Chad

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