Problem login user under Windows 2000 Server

Hi all,

I just finished setting up Windows 2000 Server which is netwoked with my laptop.
I can login as administrator in the server and as a user in the laptop. But when I try to login in the server as the user a Dialog Box comes up saying:
 'The system local policy dont allow to log on this user interactively'
I have checked the computer policies, but I can not determine which one allows me to log in this user into the server.
Please help.

Much appreciated,
techfreelance.
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RanjeetRainCommented:

1. Open Security policy editor. Click Start > Programs > Administrative tools > Local policy editor. Local Security Settings console will open up.
2. Click "Local Policies"
3. Click "User Rights Assignment"
4. Scroll down in the list at right pane
5. Double clcik "Log on locally"
6. Select "Users" in the dialog that open
7. Click OK to everything

You might need to restart your PC before the settings come into effect.
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RanjeetRainCommented:

Wierd as it may sound. But thanks to Microsoft. Sometimes it may seem to be not working. Dont frawn. That's just an MS OS. Do it again and reboot again. More than two chances will not be required.

~ Ranjeet Rain
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RanjeetRainCommented:
I've answered the question.
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