Configure Logon hours


Using the configure logon hours feature, you can control when users can logon to the network.

  • Regulate user activity
  • Block out a malicious user and
  • Restrict users from accessing the network after normal working hours

This feature lets you grant or restrict logon privileges for multiple users in just a few steps.

 

Procedure:

 

Specify the time/hours during which you wish to allow/restrict access to users, select the appropriate domain, specify the users to whom you wish to apply this logon hours permission and apply the changes.

 

Steps:

  1. Click on "AD Mgmt" tab --> User Management'.

  2. Click on Logon Hours.

  3. To set the permitted or restricted logon hours for a user/ set of users

    • Click 'Select hours'.
    • Enter the logon time frame in the 'from' and 'to' field.
    • Check specific days or all days of the week to apply the chosen logon timings.
    • Click 'Allow' to grant users permission to logon to the network in the chosen time frame.
    • Click 'Deny' to restrict users from logging on to the network in the chosen time frame.

    • Note: Alternatively you can also set logon hours by,

      1. Selecting each hour manually from the grid.
      2. Clicking on the 'Allowed' option to provide round the clock logon privilege from Sunday through Saturday. To block out a user on all the days of the week simply click 'Deny'

  4. Once you have selected the logon hours,

    • Pick a domain from the drop down menu.
    • Choose the OUs for selected domains.
    • Click 'Import CSV' to search for a user by feeding a CSV file. Choose a file to import and click 'Go'
    • You can search for users by manually entering multiple user names separated by a comma.
  5. To view the list of all users in the selected domain and OU, leave the search field empty and hit the 'Search' button.

    • From the displayed list of users pick specific users and click on 'Apply' to apply the configured logon hours.
    • The results can be exported in HTML, CSV, PDF or XLS format.