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PROHIBIT LOGON


Let's say that you have three class rooms with computers, and you want to dedicate each room to a certain group of users, and therefore prohibit logon to everyone else. We provide the following rules that you can apply to any subset of users and/or computers in your network:

Rule Same User Logon. With this rule you can prevent someone from logging on to two or more computers under the same account.

Rule Prohibit Logon. With this rule you can prevent a user or group of users from logging on to any subset of computers.

Rule Allow Logon. With this rule you can allow a user or group of users to logon to any subset of computers. Anyone else cannot logon.

Rule Restrict logon hours. With this rule you can restrict logon to hours of the day to any subset of users on any subset of computers.

Rule Allow logon hours. With this rule you can allow logon on hours of choice to any subset of users on any subset of computers. Anyone else cannot logon.

Rule Restrict logon Time. With this rule you can limit the time someone is allowed to stay logged on. After that period of, say, fifteen minutes, someone is automatically logged off.

Rule Scheduled Logoffs. With this rule you can enforce logoff of any subset of users on any subset of computers. You can also schedule warnings preceding the forced logoffs.

Rule Scheduled Shutdowns.With this rule you can enforce shutdown of any subset of computers. You can also schedule warnings to logged on users preceding the forced shutdowns.

Rule Scheduled Restarts. With this rule you can enforce restart of any subset of computers. You can also schedule warnings to logged on users preceding the forced restarts.

Rule Scheduled Messages. With this rule you can schedule messages to any subset of users on any subset of computers.