The local policy of this
system does not permit you to logon interactively
– Case Study
Situation: the client can logon his XP Pro using his username but he
receives “The local policy of this system does not permit you to logon
interactively” message if you logon using administrator.
- The Remote Desktop is enabled
and administrator is allowed to access.
- The administrator is listed on
“Log on Locally” under Group Policy.
- The administrator can logon from
- Finally, we find the administrator is added to “Deny
logon through Terminal Services”. To remove the administrator from the
“Deny logon through Terminal Services”, please follow these steps: 1) Run
group Policy (gpedit.msc). 2) go to Computer Configuration>Windows
Settings>Security Settings>Local Policy>User Rights and Assignment. 3)
Double-click on the “Deny logon through Terminal Services”. 4) Highlight
the administrator account and click Remove.
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