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Security policy problems with new users.

All new users created on my windows 2003 ent have the same problem, when they try to logon on any workstation they get the error "no interactive sessions allowed by local security policy" (or something like that. Sorry my system is on a different language). I have checked the security policy of the domain and the domain controller and they seem to be ok. Old users are working with no problems.
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
as the error says,,, the problem is with the local security policy and not the domain security... so what you need to do is go to the client and open up the local/group security policy MMC and look for the following:

local computer policy>computer config>windows settings>security Settings>local policy> user rights>

from there you need to look for the log on locally right and make sure that new users are a member of a group that is actually allowed to log on to the workstations....

off the top of my head im thinking that possibly your new users aren't even in the "domain users" group for some reason
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DPRIETOAuthor Commented:
New users are members of "domain users" as old ones. Old users can logon on any workstation but the new ones can't the error is "local policy does not allow you to login interactively". We select the proper domain on the domain list box. A have tried to include them, just for testing, on adminitrators group and it made no differences.
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mikeleebrlaCommented:
well did you look at the MMC as i suggested?  check to see which groups are allowed to log on.... also try explicidly adding one of the new users to the log on locally right and see if that makes a difference...  also check the deny log on locally list
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DPRIETOAuthor Commented:
I have restarted the server last night and now every thing is working....... I hate this things.... Anyway, thanks for your help
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