N/APosted on - 12/05/2011
I am using Windows 2003 Server with 6 computer networks connected together. How can I keep my kids to go over the remark registration time? In other words, how could I set up the server to close the session depending on the recording time? Can someone help? Thanks.
Query on Windows 2003 Server
I understand is that you require a CONTROL as to which period of time the users (kids) log on to the computer. There is a very simple solution to this effect. What you require is that every user must have a unique username / ID on windows 2003 server. After creating the users IDs on the server you can assign the time period as to when the users can log on and log off.
To assign this control the simplest way is to do it through a procedure called “Net User Command-line Statement”. Follow the steps below to perform this action:
· Click on start – run – and type cmd- press enter
· Now on the black screen type without quotations “net user username /time:logon_times”
· In the username type the name of the user id, and logon_times are the days and times where you want to allow the user to logon ( you can specify the days as Monday or abbreviated as M,T,W,Th,F,Sa,Su) (Time can be as 4PM or 4P.M or in 24 hours format as 16:00) If you leave a value blank, it means the user can never logon. (A hyphen mark (-) can be used to mark the range e.g: Monday-Friday or M-F, means Monday till Friday, and time can be ranged as 09AM-08PM. Please always separate the days and time with commas (,)
An example is “net user myself /time:M-F,08:00-17:00”
Hope you will be able to control the logon durations now.