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the local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively

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hello experts.

My computer is under a domain and i'm member of: Administrator,Domain Admins,domain users,account operators and remote desktop users, the problem is i been using spiceworks and i was able to remote control computers with spiceworks, however now i'm not able to remote computers using spicework, i get this message "the local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively" I can remote computers with DAmeware but is much easier for me to use spicework any help thanks.
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by:Mike Kline
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Have you run an RSoP report and see if there any group policies in place that may be preventing your logins?
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Mike
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by:carazuul
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Hi alan2153,
On the computer you're trying to connect to is the 'Allow users to connect remotely to this computer' box checked under System Properties->Remote?
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carazuul
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by:alan2153
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mkline71:  how run RSoP report?

carazuul: yes it is checked
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by:Mike Kline
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In group policy management console right click group policy results and select "group policy results wizard".  then you can pick a machine to run the report against.
 
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Mike
 

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by:Jason Watkins
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Does your user account have the rights to login Interactively?  

Check in the local security policy (gpedit.msc), make sure account has the right to even to log in at all.
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by:Americom
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Usually this message refers to users try to logon through terminal services such as using rdp.
I believe your Spicework rely on this protocol. Also, your Dameware rely on a client agent to be installed on the machine and does not rely on rdp.

Check on the local "computer policy>local policies>User Right Assignment>Allow logon through Terminal Services" and see if the security settings has changed. By default for member workstations/servers, only the Administrators and Remote Desktop Users groups are allowed.
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by:alan2153
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thanks for your resond but i have check "Allow logon trough terminal services" administratos,remote desktop users groups are allow

and yes the user ave the right to login interactively
i have run RSoP and looks fine nothing preventing anything
and still not able to remote desktop users, thanks
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is there anything else that may be  causing this problem
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