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I can't logon into my win2k prof.
every times it write

"the local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactively"

even for Administrator !!!

I have access to this disk from another computer, I have admin password

What to do?
How logon non interactively?

probably someone set in Local Policy
Deny local logon - on Everyone
How to change it?
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by:ocon827679
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Something tells me that there is no registry setting here as this is a User Right and is probably part of the SAM database.  You may want to try and do a repair.  As long as no one has updated the repair info you may be able to bring the SAM database back to its original form.
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by:jdown
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Goto MMC add in a snap in of Group policy, then drill down to security and local policy and change settings..
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by:jg72
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you need to run the program ntrights.exe from the Resource Kit on another computer in the domain to reset the User Right to log on locally for the everyone group.

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;276590


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by:MSGeek
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If you can access the computer remotely you may be able to change the security setting on the Winnt\System32\Group Plolicy Folder.  You should also be able to change the registry remotely to correct this.
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Read this one to find a solution:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Security/Win_Security/Q_20590999.html

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