WinExit is a screen saver that logs the current user off after the specified
time has elapsed. In other respects it is similar to other screen savers and can
be configured and tested on the Screen Saver tab of the Display Properties
dialog box in Control Panel.
WinExit displays a dialog box containing the countdown timer and a user-defined
message. When the countdown timer reaches zero, the logoff process is initiated.
Jerold Schulman / MVP
I haave a win2k network in native mode running AD, it is
basically a lab with fresh installs of win2k server and
win2k pro with the latest sp2 and all hotfixes
created a couple accounts that belong to the domain users
group with logon hours specified, all the rest is default
when the account was created
I defined for the default domain policy to "Automatically
log off users when log on time expires" set to enable.
When a user has surpassed the logon time they are not
automatically logged off, as I would expect. If the user
log's off and tries to log back in, the user is denied.
However it doesn't automatically log off users when the
logon time expires. I remember this worked fine in NT.