If a Client or a User at the Console Gets the ErrorLocal policy of this system does not permit you to log on interactively, so that user does not have the right to log on locally.
To grant or remove the right to log on locally:
- Start User Manager for Domains.
- Click Policies, then click User Rights.
- In the Rights field, select Log On Locally.
- In the Grant To field, select the users and/or groups you want to have this right.
NOTE: If you install a Terminal Server as a backup domain controller, and the current primary domain controller's policy is set so that users do not have the right to log on locally, then the new Terminal Server inherits that policy. The result will be that no clients can connect to the Terminal Server. If a Terminal Server is a domain controller, the entire domain MUST use have a policy allowing users to log on locally.
Article ID: 186529 - Last Review: Jun 22, 2014 - Revision: 1