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By M*Lenium ·
I'm studying independently, and to do the labs need to setup a Classroom setup configured in a single domain/workgroup model:
Domain: nwtraders.msft
Instructor: workgroup/Corp-HQ name computer/London
IP: 192.168.0.200
DNS 192.168.0.200

Student: has w2k server installed as a stand-alone server in workgroup
Example:
Workgroup/North America:
user name:sqladmin1
computer name: vancouver
IP: 192.168.0.1

How would you suggest I configure this and how to I configure interactive logon??? I have forgotten how to work around the error message": The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively. Technet was not specific enough as to how to correct this. I could not get this to work by adding a user to logon in local security policy, maybe I setup the server wrong:

The student standalone i tried to configure has full computer name: vancouver.corp-hq.nwtraders.msft and Domain: corp-hq.nwtraders.msft

Instructors i tried to configure has full computer name: london.nwtraders.msft and Domain: nwtraders.msft

Summary, I guess I really need help setting up the instructor and student in the domain/workgroup model. I tried to remember how to configure it, but I'm not sure if, the above configuration is correct according to the setup notes I listed at the beginning of this question.

My present goal is to setup this classroom setup, correctly, so I can then install SQL server and Exchange server as begin studying the SQL server courses. Beginning with Intro to Transact-SQL.

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by dodikus In reply to Single Domain/Workgroup M ...

Could you be more specific about configuration of the network? You have two domains? And explain relation of instructor-student computers in network (who is server and who is client).

Problem about error message has to do with group policy in active directory (do you have active directory installed?) but you need to be more precise about whom and where are you trying to log-on.

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by vh_s In reply to Single Domain/Workgroup M ...

Since your student (stand-alone server) has W2K server, the one who may log into the server, are: domain admins, backup operator, server operator etc. Domain users is by default prevented from logging-in.

I forgot it precisely, but it is defined in the policy in the Active Directory for Computers and Users. And there you have policy that rules who may log-in into the server. By default, Domain Users is excluded.


Second thing, why defined a different workgroup for a single domain model. If your server has a workgroup (or domain) like:

North-America.local

then your workstation should be named like:

london.North-America.local

It seems that you wanted to define 2 (two) different domains, these are:

North-America
nwtraders.msft

and trying to setup domain trusting between the two domains.

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by jupton In reply to Single Domain/Workgroup M ...

you must be doing your 2000 mcse.to work around the error message": The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively. you need to go to the group policy snap-in and click on logon interactively

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