Can "Allow log on locally" block remote access?

Is it possible the group policy setting "Allow log on locally" (Computer Configuration/Policies/Windows Settings/Security Settings/Local Policies/User Rights Assignment) can block people remote access the PC that is in the OU this group policy applied to?

Thanks much!
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QlemoBatchelor, Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
No, those are not related. You can log in locally and from remote independent from each other.
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footechCommented:
No, that won't block remote access.
But keep in mind that the User Rights Assignment settings are not cumulative, in other words if you have one GPO that has a certain configuration for User Rights Assignment settings, and then another GPO that has a different configuration for User Rights Assignment, only the settings from the GPO with higher precedence will be in place (assuming that both GPOs apply to the computer).
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Ganesamoorthy STech LeadCommented:
"Allow log on locally" GPO setting will only block the interactive logon, still user can access the server like access files and services, more bout GPO's

http://www.windowstricks.in/category/gpo
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howruaz9Author Commented:
Thanks much Qlemo, footech, and brain123422!
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