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VMWARE: Message suggests I need to be granted 'Allow logon through terminal services right'

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Im attempting to setup a new VM in  my envrionment. Message suggests I need to be granted 'Allow logon through terminal services right'
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by:frederi
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Where exactly (which step of the installation, int the VM or on the Vmware console) did you get this message?
The basic steps are here : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc781509%28WS.10%29.aspx
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You posted this question in the vmware zone - vmware itself has no requirement for that logon to terminal services right.

Where are you seeing the issue? What version of vmware?
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If this is the cloned OS or a VM that you are looking into then you would of course need some admin right to terminal in to it.  
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