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Have a problem logging into server with administrator account - Error "local policy does not permit log on interactively"
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You could have the Administrator account locked. You may need to right click on the local computers "My Computer" and chose Manage. From there, you expand Local Users and Groups, chose users, then double click Administrator and uncheck "Account is disabled"
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Question:  Have a problem logging into server with administrator account - Error "local policy does not permit log on interactively


  Thanks - I will try and get back with you.
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Hello,
Question:  Have a problem logging into server with administrator account - Error "local policy does not permit log on interactively

I checked the administrator account and it is not locked.
I can Remote Desktop into the server from another computer but cannot log into the server directly using this account.  Any other ideas??

Thanks so much!
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