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Your interactive logon privilege has been disabled.

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Hello. I have Windows 2003 Active Directory Controllers with 2003 AD enabled. I have a single workstation that will only allow administrators log on. When any user logs on, the message reads "Your interactive logon privilege has been disabled. Please contact your system administrator."

I have checked on the event logs.. nothing. I have checked Group Policies with the local and domain... nothing. What would be causing this issue and how can it be resolved?

Thank You.
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http://support.microsoft.com/kb/815266

That was the solution.. yet skeptical, we'll see. Thank You.
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you need to add each user to the remote desktop user accounts of each machine.......
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