Remote Access Issue

Discussion in 'MCSE' started by Sean, Sep 9, 2003.

  1. Sean

    Sean Guest

    Perhaps some of you MCSE's can help me out with this:

    Out of 2500+ XP PCs in our organization we have two
    receiving the error "The local policy of this system does
    not permit you to logon interactively". On both machines
    the symptoms are the same.

    The local policy is configured properly. There are no
    group policies being applied as they are logging into an
    NT 4.0 domain.

    We are able to logon to the PC remotely using our NT 4.0
    domain account or any local account, we are able to logon
    as any other user except the main user.

    We've rebuilt the PC and the issue remains.

    This led us to believe it may be an issue with their NT
    Domain account and had it deleted and recreated.

    Still no luck, any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Sean
     
    Sean, Sep 9, 2003
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  2. Sean

    Dragon Guest

    Can you logon using Domain Admin account? If yes, can you login using a
    another user account with domain account rights? When you rebuilt the
    machine did you use the same machine name? Even in NT4 you can have policies
    which can be applied to a particular machine name or the user account.


    "Sean" <> wrote in message
    news:086201c376eb$7dd3a3c0$...
    > Perhaps some of you MCSE's can help me out with this:
    >
    > Out of 2500+ XP PCs in our organization we have two
    > receiving the error "The local policy of this system does
    > not permit you to logon interactively". On both machines
    > the symptoms are the same.
    >
    > The local policy is configured properly. There are no
    > group policies being applied as they are logging into an
    > NT 4.0 domain.
    >
    > We are able to logon to the PC remotely using our NT 4.0
    > domain account or any local account, we are able to logon
    > as any other user except the main user.
    >
    > We've rebuilt the PC and the issue remains.
    >
    > This led us to believe it may be an issue with their NT
    > Domain account and had it deleted and recreated.
    >
    > Still no luck, any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Sean
    >
     
    Dragon, Sep 9, 2003
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  3. Sean

    licknlabia Guest

    Try adding their username to for Remote Desktop under

    My Computer/ Properties/ Remote/ add their username .

    thx

    rg


    "Sean" <> wrote in message
    news:086201c376eb$7dd3a3c0$...
    Perhaps some of you MCSE's can help me out with this:

    Out of 2500+ XP PCs in our organization we have two
    receiving the error "The local policy of this system does
    not permit you to logon interactively". On both machines
    the symptoms are the same.

    The local policy is configured properly. There are no
    group policies being applied as they are logging into an
    NT 4.0 domain.

    We are able to logon to the PC remotely using our NT 4.0
    domain account or any local account, we are able to logon
    as any other user except the main user.

    We've rebuilt the PC and the issue remains.

    This led us to believe it may be an issue with their NT
    Domain account and had it deleted and recreated.

    Still no luck, any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Sean
     
    licknlabia, Sep 9, 2003
    #3
  4. circa Tue, 9 Sep 2003 09:00:29 -0700, in
    microsoft.public.cert.exam.mcse, Sean () said,
    > Perhaps some of you MCSE's can help me out with this:
    >
    > Out of 2500+ XP PCs in our organization we have two
    > receiving the error "The local policy of this system does
    > not permit you to logon interactively". On both machines
    > the symptoms are the same.
    >
    > The local policy is configured properly. There are no
    > group policies being applied as they are logging into an
    > NT 4.0 domain.
    >
    > We are able to logon to the PC remotely using our NT 4.0
    > domain account or any local account, we are able to logon
    > as any other user except the main user.


    Okay, you mention "remotely" and then you don't say whether these are
    *all* remote logons. If they are, then you should be aware that
    XP/2003 by default do not allow accounts with no passwords to be used
    for remote connections. Do the user accounts in question have null
    passwords?

    Laura>

    --
    There's a great power in words, if you don't hitch too many of them
    together.
    -Josh Billings
     
    Laura A. Robinson, Sep 9, 2003
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