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w2k3: non-admin runas user

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Hello Experts,

We have a w2k3 Server running Terminal Services and acting as a domain controller. We have an application that needs to run a specific user, but we want all of our users to be able to run it over Terminal Services using runas. We have created the user and made him the owner of the app, but when other users right-click and choose runas with the appropriate user, they receive the error message:

logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer

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The user owning the app has logon rights and can start a terminal session without any problems.

Any ideas?

Thanks!
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Check your user rights assignments.

Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> User Rights Assignment

Allow log on locally
Allow log on through Terminal Services
Deny log on locally
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Thanks,

ntrights -u <user>  +r SeInteractiveLogonRight

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did the trick.
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