Windows 2003 server client configuration

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Microsoft Windows
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Server management
Windows client administration and maintenance
Windows Server 2003 configuration
Windows Server configuration
Using windows 2003 server running 6 PCs network.
How can I prevent my children to go over the assigned logging time? In other words, How can I configure the server to log them off when their logging time is up?
as it is now, they cannot log on before the time, but once their on, they can be using their PC as long as they want.
 Thanks


Software/Hardware used:
windows XP Pro

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The easiest way I found to do this was to run psexec from the server and run shutdown on their PC with a /l switch. You can set up a scheduled task on their machine to do this as well. Set the countdown timer long enough to allow them to close files. You can also provide a comment so they are warned before they get logged off.

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