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I have an administrator account on a remote domain. The administrator there has an administrator account on my domain. We set up a 2 way trust and she has no problems logging on to my domain. But, when I try to log on to her domain I get a message: "The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively".

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by black dog In reply to Trust relationship

The system policy of the remote server is not set up to allow you (in another domain) to log in to that server over the network. Check what groups are contained in the logon interactively policy.

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by hendrik In reply to Trust relationship

The remote administrator does not have local rights on the machine it is trying to log onto! Give the remote administrator rights to logon locally on the machine you are on!

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Hendrik van Zyl.

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by avi_mohod In reply to Trust relationship

Hi,
There is problem with rights assining to ur account on remote domain.Check that ur account have right of "access this computer from network" on remote domain.If this rigth is not given tell remote domain admin to give this right to ur account.If this right is present then break ur side trust and re-establish the trust.
avi.

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