Cannot edit "Log on as a service" and "Allow log on locally" policies on W2K3 server.

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by SBS Rocker, Nov 13, 2007.

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    SBS Rocker Guest

    OK first off this is a repost of my issues. My apologies. I didn't get the
    answers I needed so I'm trying again. Thanks to those who offered their
    input. Here's my environment and what I'm trying to do here. Seems simple
    yet I cannot figure out why I can no longer do this.

    Windows SBS 2003 Server/Premium SP1/ISA 2004 SP2/MS Exchange 2003 SP2/Dual
    NIC
    Windows 2003 Server Standard SP1


    I am installing a new version of a program on my W2K3 SP1 server and one of
    the requirements is to create a "local" user account and grant this account
    the right to "Log on as a service" on the local machine. However when I go
    into the Local Security Policy editor/Security settings/Local Policies/User
    Rights Assignment, I do not get the option to add or edit. It is greyed out.
    Funny thing is this policy and the "Allow log on locally" policy are the
    only two I cannot make a change to. These two policies both have different
    icons showing so I'm not sure what that indicates but am sure it has to do
    with why I cannot make any changes there. Now I'm also sure at some point
    and time I ws able to edit these policies according to the accounts that are
    there now. So what happened and does anyone have a good reason why or better
    yet how I can edit these policies? I have tried both ways using a domain
    admin account as well as the local admin account. Any ideas?
     
    SBS Rocker, Nov 13, 2007
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    Chris M Guest

    The 'different' icons that you see are probably signifying that the
    settings are being inherited from a Group Policy.

    Run RSOP.msc on the server, drill down to those settings and it'll tell
    you which policy is applying to those settings.
     
    Chris M, Nov 14, 2007
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