Local Security Policy - Allow log through terminal services greyed out

I can not do the changes on Local Security Policy - Allow log through terminal services & its greyed out
attieh12steelAsked:
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attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
I can not do the changes on Local Security Policy - Allow log through terminal services & its greyed out
FarWestCommented:
what is your OS, is this computer connected to AD

try add members to Remote Desktop users group in your local groups
attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
1) Windows 2003 sp2
2)  its member of DC
3) its added to Remote Desktop users group
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FarWestCommented:
What is the error when the user try to connect to server via rdp
attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
MaheshArchitectCommented:
I think you have GPO enabled on OU containing 2003 server, in that policy you must have already enabled setting called "allow logon through terminal \ remote desktop services"

U have to edit this policy and add required users \ groups there so that you can take RDP of server
attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the response, could you please send me the Steps to resolve the issue
waiting your reply!
MaheshArchitectCommented:
go to AD users and computers
locate OU where 2003 server kept
locate any attached GPOs to that OU
In GPO navigate to computer configuration\windows settings\security settings\local policies\user rights assignment and locate below setting "allow logon through terminal \ remote desktop services"
Add domain\domain admins, and any other groups here you may have so that they can logon to server with RDP
Also add those groups to local administrators group on 2003 server

U can right click 2003 server computer account in AD and click on manage, this interface will allow you to add users \ groups in local administrators group of 2003 server

Then try to logon to server
attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
thank you for the help, please close the case

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attieh12steelAuthor Commented:
done
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