24th April 04:48
Logon Not Permissable
I tried it and this was the error I receieved
***Error*** OpenPolicy -1073741790
The command I used was-- ntrights -m \\host ip -u
administrator -r SeInteractiveLogonRight
Now I cannot log on even locally or through the domain.
This is the error I get when logging through the domain
'The system cannot log you on to this domain because the
system's computer account in its primary domain is missing
or the password on that account is incorrect'
If I try to log on locally to the host this is the error I
'The local policy of this system does not permit you to
I have checked the Domain Security Policy and the User
Rights for Domain Users have logon locally rights. But
that does not effect the local log on for the host or does
it? The Group Policy in the Domain Controllers OU also
has the Log On Locally permitted for Domain Users. How is
this policy getting pushed to the client and then the DC
ends up missing. I have ran Symantec AntiVirus on all
hosts in domain and no viruses was detected.
From: "Dan [MSFT]" <Danb@online.microsoft.com> Sent:
7/18/2003 5:29:32 AM
Something must have changed and the previous post will
help you track it. This should get you running until you
figure it out. Try adding the proper rights with
NTRights --> 315276 "How to Set Logon User Rights by
Using the NTRights Utility" The one you need is
Dan Boldo [MSFT]
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