Re: Question about Log on Locally Policy.
Date: 6 Jul 2005 09:03:37 -0700
> What exactly is your goal??
I have honest intentions.
I'm trying to log on to a box restored from image. It keeps giving me
the error cannot log on to domain because computer account is missing.
I cannot log on locally either. I know I'm authenticating because if
the password was wrong, I'd get a different error. Attempts to solve
this problem via nltest or netdom have failed as well. If I know where
the setting for log on locally is at in the registry, I could use
something like chntpw from Knoppix to edit the policy, gain access to
the desktop, and then rejoin the domain.
Steven L Umbach wrote:
> It is stored as part of security policy applied to that computer. What
> exactly is your goal?? --- Steve
> "Adam Sandler" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > Is the log on locally policy stored anywhere in the registry? So that
> > if I were to delete that value, it would be the same as not enabling
> > log on locally in the first place?
> > Thanks!
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