User Rights in Mixed Domain

Discussion in 'Server Security' started by Craig, Jun 23, 2004.

  1. Craig

    Craig Guest

    Hi
    When using "user rights" option in user manager for domains on a NT4 BDC
    server in a windows 2000 AD Domain with one 2000 server as the domain
    controller with AD. I get a error. "A specified privilege does not exist."
    Is this normal as all else works fine.

    I want to adjust the "log on Locally" right for exchange web access
    Currently only administrators can access the owa. Even the logon.asp page
    first prompts for a username and password.

    Anonymous access is enabled correctly.

    Any help will appreciated
     
    Craig, Jun 23, 2004
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  2. Craig

    Roger Abell Guest

    I do not have your precise answer.

    However, is there a problem with just managing the
    user rights with the W2k tools on your DC ??

    Most of us treat W2k in mixed mode with active
    NT4 BDCs as a temporary, transitional state of the
    domain and attempt to minimize the time limited to
    W2k mixed mode. Evidently something forces you
    to keep the deployment that way?
     
    Roger Abell, Jun 24, 2004
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  3. Craig

    Craig Guest

    There are 3 nt4 boxes still to migrate but I dont want to upgrade untill all
    the "issues" are sorted out.
     
    Craig, Jun 24, 2004
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  4. Craig

    Roger Abell Guest

    Well, I can understand that. However, I can not tell you
    whether that is or is not normal, as I never thought to try
    managing user rights with the old console on an NT4 BDC.

    Maybe another here can inform us ?

    It would however make sense to me that this is unsupported
    since with W2k User Rights are moved into group policy,
    and NT 4 knows nothing about that.
     
    Roger Abell, Jun 26, 2004
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