The local policy does not permit log on inter

July 9, 2009 at 09:48:17
Specs: Windows XP Pro, NA
I remote administer a few of my client's servers and recently I moved one office from a workstation environment to a domain. Now, I can still remote to the server but when I attempt to remote from the server to the workstations in the office I get "The local policy does not permit log on interactively" The local policy on the workstation and on my server allow for local login. I've even added a particular user to the admin category to try and gain access and this doesn't work. I CAN get access on these workstations using an admin account. I'm not sure how to enable access to user accounts in this environment.


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July 10, 2009 at 10:39:45
You'll need to edit the Local Policy through the Group Policy snap-in.


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July 14, 2009 at 12:14:15
I'm afraid I'm still lost on this one. Could you elaborate a little?
I have, on the server, edited the allow logon locally to include everyone. Still getting the same error.

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