Grant user local logon rights via group policy.

To grant a user local logon rights for various different services, first launch the group policy management editor and right click to edit the Default Domain Controllers Policy as shown below.

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Expand the computer configuration tree as shown below to expose the “Allow logon locally” policy.

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Double-click “Allow logon locally” to open the properties and add the user in scope. Image shown below.

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Click apply and ok, then close all windows to apply the policy changes. Replication may take some time, however the user and/or group added should now be granted the right to log on locally when replication is complete.

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