How to remove one user from the Deny login locally?

I put someone into the Deny logon locally by mistake. But now I can't move him out from the local security settings. If I opened the Deny logon locally policy, the Effective Policy Setting could not be un-checked.
Where should be the entrance to remove a user from this policy?

Thanks!
exchangesmithAsked:
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heskyttbergCommented:
Hi!

Are you running AD ?

If so you need to remove this in the policies in AD.

Regards
/Hans - Erik Skyttberg
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exchangesmithAuthor Commented:
Yes, but how to do this in AD?
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McRightCommented:
it depends in which policy you denied him to logon locally
try verifying the domain policy and the domain controller policy instead of the local one
rightclick the appropriate node and select group policy, edit

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exchangesmithAuthor Commented:
From which application: AD Users and Computers, AD Sites and Services or AD Domains and Trusts?
Please tell me in more details...

Thanks!
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McRightCommented:
all policies, except at the site level are maintained through AD users and computers...
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exchangesmithAuthor Commented:
sorry I don't know how to bring up the policy window in the AD users and computers, please give me more details...

Thanks
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pcbratCommented:
Exchangesmith,

Try this page and lets go from there. I am not sure where you placed the GPO so trying to tell you where to go is going to be difficult.

read this for me first and see if this helps


http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;322143


dawne
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exchangesmithAuthor Commented:
Dawne,

It works, thanks!

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pcbratCommented:
Glad to hear that it worked. :)
 

Have a great day!

Dawne
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