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This article describes how to set logon user rights by using the NTRights utility (Ntrights.exe).
Ntrights.exe is a Resource Kit utility that can be used to set user rights from a command prompt. Ntrights.exe can be used to manipulate the rights on either the local computer or a remote computer. The Help output for Ntrights.exe does not list all the logon rights that can be modified.
The following is a list of logon user rights that can be modified by the NTRights utility:
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Note: When you use the NTRights utility, the user right is case sensitive.
The following text is from the Help output from Ntrights.exe.
NTRights.Exe - Beta Version by Georg Zanzen Grants/Revokes NT-Rights to a user/group usage: -u xxx User/Group -m \\xxx machine to perform the operation on (default local machine) -e xxxxx Add xxxxx to the event log -r xxx revokes the xxx right +r xxx grants the xxx right valid NTRights are: SeCreateTokenPrivilege SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege SeLockMemoryPrivilege SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege SeUnsolicitedInputPrivilege SeMachineAccountPrivilege SeTcbPrivilege SeSecurityPrivilege SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege SeLoadDriverPrivilege SeSystemProfilePrivilege SeSystemtimePrivilege SeProfileSingleProcessPrivilege SeIncreaseBasePriorityPrivilege SeCreatePagefilePrivilege SeCreatePermanentPrivilege SeBackupPrivilege SeRestorePrivilege SeShutdownPrivilege SeAuditPrivilege SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege SeChangeNotifyPrivilege SeRemoteShutdownPrivilege
Article ID: 279664 - Last Review: October 31, 2006 - Revision: 3.4