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Sharepoint 2010 upgrade via attach database method. "access denied"

Posted on 2010-11-17
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I've recently been tasked with upgrading our MOSS 2007 installation to Sharepoint 2010,

I have successfully upgraded our old WSS2 to WSS3 then to Sharepoint 2010 no issues. using the same attach method.

The upgrade was successful, I've been able to access the site logged in as a site admin, and reconfigure all the site permissions and groups.

when I try login as a normal user i get the following.

error: access denied
your are currently logged in as domain\username


I've double checked the permissions, added and removed users, and i still can't get in with a normal user.

I've gone through the eventlogs and can't find any cause. or issues.

Any idea's where i should start?
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problem sorted. it was an issue with the user policies.
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