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After changing a domain network to  workgroup I now get an access error.

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Greetings: I had a server crash in a small network. I removed the server and changed the workstations over to a workgroup. I can see the other computers but when I try to access them I get this error: Logon failure: The user has not been granted the requested logon type for this computer. Windows XP Professional is on 4 stations and Windows 7 Pro is on 1.

What do I need to do in order to do file sharing etc?
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You realise that now, when connecting, you need to use a local user account (for each computer) and that local account should have the appropriate rights?
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I have tried logging in as administrator, no luck. I then created a user and password on both machines, still no luck.
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I have found this solution and am going to give it a go.
http://forums.techguy.org/networking/533210-solved-user-has-not-been.html
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The solution I found fixed the problem. No points will be awarded but thanks for trying.
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Would you care to share the solution with us?
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Great, thanks.

That's a good one by the way :)
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The solution I found online fixed the problem.
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