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Terminal Server:your interactive logon privilege has been disabled windows server 2008

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Hello Experts,
I have a user that keeps getting this error when trying to logon to the terminal server. Other users are able to logon fine so I am not sure what the issue may be. I tried editing the MinEncryptionLevel from 2 to 0 in the registry but with no luck.
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rscottvan earned 500 total points
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Have you checked the "Allow Logon to terminal server" check box on the Terminal Services Profile tab of their AD user account?
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In 2008 they changed it to "remote desktop connection"
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This solution needs to be posted everywhere.  Most google's lead to 2K3 results with a hotfix/reghack.

This is something that is overlooked and can save a lot of time if checked first.
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