Note The terminal server session behaves as expected when this event is recorded. The user does not receive an error message or experience a loss in functionality that is related to this event.
Important Before you increase user rights for a user or for a security group, make sure you understand the security implications.
To increase the user rights for a user's local security group, follow these steps:
- Start the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in.
- Double-click the user account that triggers the symptom that is described in this article.
- On the Member Of tab, note which security groups are listed.
- Double-click each security group that this user is a member of, and then see if the user is a member only of the Guests security group.
- When you identify the security group that is limited to Guest user rights, use one of the following methods to solve this problem:
- Remove the user from this security group.
- Increase the user rights of this group by making it a member of a group with fewer restrictions. For example, remove the Guests security group, and then add the Users security group on the Member Of tab.
Important Make sure that you understand the security implications of any changes that you make to user or group user rights.
Article ID: 887434 - Last Review: 4 Jan 2008 - Revision: 1