|Subject:||Re: Group Policy for Logon Hours/Forced Loggoff|
|Posted by:||Bill (itprofessional0812_at_remove_yahoo.com)|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Mar 2006|
This feature only affects login events to the DC. If a user is already
logged in, they will not generate another login request until they logoff.
They'll still be able to send email because their credentials are cached.
"Morley Lee" <morle…@netsys-tech.com> wrote in message
>I configured the default domain policy to enforce the logon hour times and
>set the users for the specific logon times. I also enabled the policy to
>disconnect clients when logon hours expire and force logoff when logon
>hours expire. When I test the policy it works and disconnects my mapped
>drives. However, it does not force off the users on the desktop and I can
>still send/receive email thorugh exchange. Does anyone know if it's
>suppose to log the user off the desktop to a cntl-alt del screen? Or does
>it just log off the server in the background and let the user work on the
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Thanks in advance,
Group Policy for Logon Hours/Forced Loggoff posted by Morley Lee on Tue, 21 Mar 2006