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noor parkar

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HI all,
i have a user account in domain.
i can logon to machine from my machine.
but i m trying to logon from another machine
i m giving my username and password correctly and domain name correctly.
but error comes..i.e...the local policy of the system does not permit you to logon interactively
i also tried with another user name and password which is in domain
but same error

i know there must be some setting in local security policy.
what is it
thanks
noor
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Dan

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Hi noor,

Since you did not state it, I'm going to assume that you're trying to connect from a computer running Windows XP -- if the computer is not running XP, then please list the OS that it uses.

Start --> Settings --> Control Panel --> Performance and Maintenance --> Administrative Tools --> Local Security Policy --> Expand Local Policies --> Select User Rights Assignment

Now, check the following:
Access this computer from the network --> Ensure that Administrator, Guest and Everyone is on this list; if not, choose Add User Group and add them.
Deny access to this computer from the network --> Ensure that Everyone and Guest are not on this list.
Deny logon locally --> Ensure that Guest is not part of this list.

Now, under Security Options, check the following:
Accounts: Administrator account status --> Enabled
Accounts: Guest account status --> Enabled
Network Access: Let everyone permissions apply to anonymous users --> Enabled
Network access: Sharing and security model... --> Guest only
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