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I am installed Windows 2000 Pro with an option of only one user can use this computer. Now I want to change this option to any users can logon to use this computer. How can I make change of this option? Thanks.
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Start>Run>Gpedit.msc - Click OK

Expand Local Computer Policy>Computer Configuration>Windows Settings>Security Settings>Local Policies>User Rights

Change the Log on locally option to Everyone.
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Thanks! Jmiller47.
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