I can successfully run the following command to rename a Windows XP that's domain's member:
NETDOM renamecomputer pc01 /newname:dekstop01 /userD:domain\administrator /passwordD:1234 /userO:administrator /passwordO:1234
But if I use GPO to rename admin account to localadmin and run again the command above this time changing /userO:administrator to /userO:localadmin, the command does not complete and returns the following error:
"Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer"
I think there might be some local policies at the windows xp that are related to administrator account nominally and, then, when renaming it, it screws things up. Does it make any sense?
It it does, do you guys know how to correct the system policies? All domain's computers have local admin renamed, so the answer "rename local admin account back to administrator" is not an acceptable answer due to company's security policies.