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By David__ ·
I need to configure a user for log on locally rights on a 2000 domain controller. I followed the instructions in MS technet article http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=234237
After I tried it, my normal users could not log into thier workstations on the domain. The error "can not log on interactivly" would occur. The only group I picked to add in step 8. is the FTP security group I created.
To allow any users to log on to thier workstations I had to go to the properties of the default domain policy was to uncheck apply for authenticated users.
Any suggestions?
David

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by d.walker5 In reply to log on locally

Change the ftp group name to something else e.g. ABC.

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by David__ In reply to log on locally

I can try that, but that does not explain why when I followed the MS technet article made it so that normal users could not log on to thier workstations.

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by voldar In reply to log on locally

Follow the instructions from the Microsoft technet article, but use it to the "defaul domain controller policy". That should work!

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