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Monday, March 4, 2013

The Local Policy of this system does not permit you log on interactively

If you attempting login in your personal PC, and you received the follow error message:

"The Local Policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactively"


Don't worries, follow the below instructions:
  1. Log on as Administrator in the local PC.
  2. Click "Start" > "Run".
  3. In "Run" Window type "gpedit.msc", then click OK.
  4. In "Gropu Policy" window click to expand "Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment".
  5. In the right panel, locate the entry named "Allow logon through Terminal Services" and double click on it.
  6. In "Allow logon through Terminal Services" window, click "Add User or Group".
  7. In "Select Users or Groups" window, you can find a "Specific User Account" or type "Everyone" and click in "Check Names" bottom.
  8. After the "User" is underline, click OK.
  9. Restart your PC.
 Now, you're supposed to be able to log into your PC.

If for some reason this fail again, follow the below instructions:
  1. Log on in Active Directory Server.
  2. Click "Start > Administrative Tools > Group Policy Management".
  3. In the "Group Policy Management" window, click to expand "Forest:Domain > Domains > You Domain Name".
  4. Right click on "Default Domain Policy", and click "Edit".
  5. In the "Group Policy Management Editor" window, on the "Computer Configuration" click to expand "Policies > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies".
  6. Click on "User Right Assignment".
  7. In the right panel, locate the entry name "Deny log on locally", and be sure this policy is "Not Define" or the user account name is not under this policy.
  8. Click to close all open windows.
  9. Click "Start", open "Command Prompt" and type "gpupdate /force".
  10. Go back to personal computer and attempting login again.
Now, you should be able to log in successfully on your personal PC :) 

4 comments:

  1. "gpedit.msc" not found in windows 7 when runs

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    1. What version of Windows 7 do you have?

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  2. it is help me in windows xp
    thanks

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