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Trying to use remote desktop:  Hvae several users with user names and passwords on the machine remoting to.  Every user name and password works to logon except one.

I have tried renaming, changing password, etc.  nothing works
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Question by:ycguy1117
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Kent Dyer earned 500 total points
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Have you granted the user in question appropriate privileges for the computer in question?  I believe they need to be in Remote desktop Users or an Admin.  The other thing that comes to mind is account lockouts..

HTH,

Kent
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by:Cybersree
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Check the user group your username belongs. Is it same as other users..?
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by:ycguy1117
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Went back in and re checked permissions and saved again.  appears to be working.<br /><br />Thanks
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