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Specifies the times during which the user can log on.


HourLogon = User.LogonHours (HourOfWeek as Long)
User.LogonHours (HourOfWeek as Long) = HourLogon

Where Type Optional Default Description
 HourOfWeek  Long     0 is Sunday, 0:00 to 0:59 1 is Sunday, 1:00 to 1:59 and so on. 




Set and list of account LogonHours

  'Get UserManager.Server object
  Dim UM:Set UM = CreateObject("UserManager.Server")
  Dim User, Hour
  'Add a test user
  Set User = UM.Users.Add("~TestUser", "1TestPassword")

  'Test user does not have access in sunday
  For Hour=0 To 23
    User.LogonHours(Hour) = False
  'List of account logon hours, sun, mon
  Dim Out: Out = "Logon hours info:" & vbCrLf
  Out = Out & toS("Account",25) & toS("Logon hours - sun", 25) & _
    toS("Logon hours - mon", 25) & vbCrLf
  For Each User In UM.Users
    Out = Out & toS(User.Name,25) 
    For Hour=0 To 47
      If User.LogonHours(Hour) Then
        Out = Out & "X"
        Out = Out & "-"
      End If
      If (Hour+1) Mod 24 = 0 Then Out = Out & " "
    Out = Out & vbCrLf

  Wscript.Echo Out

  'Delete the test account

  Function toS(byval W, Cols)
    W = "" & W: If W = "" Then W = "-"
    On Error Resume Next
    W = W & Space(Cols-Len(W))
    toS = W
  End Function

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Methods of User class

AddToGroup, AddToLocalGroup, Delete, RemoveFromGroup, RemoveFromLocalGroup, UserAdd

Properties of User class

AuthFlags, BadPasswordCount, CodePage, Comment, CountryCode, Disabled, Expires, Flags, FullName, Groups, HomeDir, HomeDirDrive, ID, LastLogOff, LastLogon, LocalGroups, LockOut, LogonHours, MaxStorage, Name, NumOfLogons, Password, PasswordAge, PasswordCannotChange, PasswordExpired, PasswordNeverExpires, PasswordNotRequired, PrimaryGroupID, Privilege, Profile, Ras, ScriptPath, Server, UserComment, Workstations


Properties of the user account, and methods for creating, deleting and selecting users.


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