Network Login Issues

Posted on 2013-10-24
Last Modified: 2015-06-23
Only 4 users out of 15 on my network cannot access the server.  Messgage: Logon failure the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer.
Question by:gwmir
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by:Bird Dog
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Tried both.  Neither worked.  Found a workaround by creating a new user on each PC.  The new user could access the network with no problems and no other changes.

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sounds good
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by:Bird Dog
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are you not using active directory?

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No I'm not.  The problem only applies to 4 machines.  The work around only works for 2 of them as well.  Nothing was changed yesterday to cause this to happen.
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