How to Allow Domain User to ” Log On Locally ” Right on Domain Controller

you can  Allow Domain User to ” Log On Locally ” Right on Domain Controller. Domain user restricted to Log on Locally on Domain Controller By Default . If you want  to allow  Domain user Log on  locally on domain Controller then you have to make the member of Log on locally group.

Allow Domain User to ” Log On Locally ” Right on Domain Controller


1.  Click on Start button , then type gpmc.msc and press Enter .
 
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
 
 
2. On the Group Policy management windows , Navigate Forest , then navigate Domain , then navigate Domain name ( Comnetworks.com ) , then Right-Click on Default Domain Policy and then Click on Edit .
 
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3.  Now Group policy Management Editor window , Navigate Computer Configuration , Policies , Windows setting , Security Setting , Local Policies then Click on User Right Assignment and then in the Right pane Double-click on Allow Log on locally .
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
4.  Click on Define these policy setting Check box  then Add user or Group and then Click on Browse .
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
5 . Click on Advanced .
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
6. Click on Find Now , then Click Select User which you want to allow ( Rakesh Kumar ) . the Click on Ok , OK and then Apply and Ok .
 Allow Domain User to " Log On Locally " Right on Domain Controller
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