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Cannot Login Interactively?

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Hi,

We joined a windows 2000 machine to our domain at work and now the user cannot log in and gets the message above.

We can from the server use the following dos command

ntights -m \\PC6 -u Administrators +r SeInteractiveLogonRight

However the user reboots and we have to do this again, what is the permanent fix for this?
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by:Steve Knight
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Have you got restricted groups set in group policy pushing down these user rights perhaps?
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Sorry not ignore the bit about restricted groups, was thinking along another track first.... If the user right is disappearing, what do you see in secpol.msc -- is the domain assigned right over-riding it?

Steve
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