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Your Interactive Login has been disabled - Windows 2008 AD

Posted on 2010-09-15
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I am making an RDP connection to an XP workstation running in a virtual environment. I can login with a user with administrator rights. However when I login with a standard user which had administrator rights to the XP workstation I get the "Your Interactive Login has been disabled" I have blocked any inheretance to  the OU I have this test user in so no GPO's should be effecting it.
What do I need to change??
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by:Mike Kline
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Is that user in the remote desktop group on the local XP box?
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User is in the remote desktop group on the local xp box.
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StefanKamp earned 500 total points
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In active directory user and computers, open the useraccount, open tab terminal services profile, uncheck "Deny this user permissions to logon to any terminal server).

When this option is checked, even administrator are not able to use terminal services.

Hope this helps
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