Re: HELP!!! Unable to logon to Server 2000

From: Miha Pihler (
Date: 09/27/04

Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 20:10:48 +0200

Hi Dave,

You will have to give us more information.

Is this domain controller that you are trying to logon? Did you try using
Administrator account. Did you try using terminal services to logon... Do
you have same problem on domain controllers, server and clients?


"Dave W" <> wrote in message
> Some changes were made to group policy several days ago
> and something musta got screwed up because I cannot log
> back in now that I have logged out. I get the following
> message after the failed login: "the local policy of this
> system does not permit you to logon interactively"
> Is there anything that I can do?

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