Set Logon Hours For User Using Active Directory Administrative Center

Introduction

This article explains how to set the Logon Hours for a user using the Active Directory Administrative Center.

Through ADDC you can specify the hours a user can have access or can provide the Denied Hours in which he will be denied to work.

Step 1

First of all open the Administrative Tools form the Start Menu.

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In the Administrative Tools a list of installed items will be available, here an option will be available named Active Directory Administrative Center, double-click on it to open it.

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Step 2

Now the Active Directory Administrative Center Wizard will open, this will look like the Server Manager.

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Here on the left hand side in the AD DC Pane Domains will be available, click on the domain in which you want to make changes in the User Account.

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Step 3

In the Center Pane a list of items will be available.

Previously I created a User Account so it's available in this pane named "Anu Chaudhary".

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Now right-click on this User Account and click on it's "Properties".

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Step 4

In the Property Window a pane will be available named Account, here a link will be available for "Log On Hours", click on this link.

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Now you can set the Permitted and Denied Logon Hours for the user.

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