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cant logon interactivly

Hi all

cant logon it says
The local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactivly

Where do i logon interactivly ?

thanks
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davy999
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

Are you trying to log on to the machine using Remote Desktop Connection, or just on the console..
If you are trying to logon to the console, you will ned to have the "logon locally"  permissions (this is normally only with server versions), so you will need to give yourself this privilige.

If you are trying to connect to a remote machine using Remote Desktop Connection, make sure to place the account you are trying to login with in the "Remote Desktop" users group on the machine ur login into.

Or, just make yourself an admin on that machine and you will automatically get the above permissions...
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davy999Author Commented:
No iam trying to log on to the server from a xp machine when i enter the user
name and password i get the. The local policy of this system does not allow you to logon interactivly. I can logon as admin but thats not the problem

this is not a remote connection
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dmccurdy51Commented:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/273720/en-us

Article was written for 2000 but it applies in 2003.  There is a Group Policy blocking your access either correctly or incorrectly.   Are you a domain administrator.  
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
Hi davy999,

you are trying to log on to the server from an xp machine yet its not remotely?

what exactly are you doing
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davy999Author Commented:
yes iam a domian admin

Hi jay jay no its not remote thats the funny thing about it dont know if AD is corupt

Ive tried with 2 machines same probs and different users with roaming profiles

dmccurdy51
will have a look at the link
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
hey Davy,

whats confusing me is how you pysically trying to log on, you mention with an xp machine but im lost as you say your trying to log on to the server.......

i must be missing something simple here but i am really confused!
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rhandelsCommented:
I agree with JayJay on this one.
If you are on an XP machine and trying to login to the server, it will most probably be a remote connection.Also, this normally is set in the policy. Option might be that you've configured your GPO to not let domain users login to the machines...
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davy999Author Commented:
Iam logging on from the xp client to the server (trying to logon to the server from a client)
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rhandelsCommented:
Hi,

So your using Remote Desktop Connection (or Terminal server connection or the mstsc??).
Then actually nothing changed. I guess a lot of answers above are correct then. You will need to add yourself to the remote desktop users on the server (first of all) and make sure you have the "log on locally"  permissions.

You can check and go to the console and try to login with your account. If this fails, you will need to do option 2, else if can login at the  console with your account, you will need option 1.
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Jay_Jay70Commented:
also make sure your local policy isnt restricting any remote users
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