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Windows 2000 Logon Locally

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Hi

I am windows 2000 rookie ... I have a machine that runs windows 2000 Advanced Server and I need to give users and groups "logon locally" rights

Where do I go ????

I can't find it !!! Please tell me the steps

thnx
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Question by:zeon1234
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Start--->Programs--->Admin Tools--->Local Security Policy--->Local Policy--->User Rights Assignment
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geoffryn has it, but I wanted to point out that this setting should be "log on interactively".

I hope this helps.
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