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We've updated our PDC-servers from win NT 4.0 to Windows 2000 Advanced Server but we keep experiencing problems when we log in to the terminal as a normal user. We always get the message "The local policy of the system does not permit you to log on interactively". It seems only administrators or users with the same rights can login. The server is running in server application mode. How can we change this?
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I have this question 2!
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I solve it ..

you need to enable the 'Log on Locally' setting for the user groups that will log in.
Then reboot the machine, or from the command line on an domain controller run "SECEDIT /REFRESHPOLICY

Good luck!

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