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From: Eli Allen (eallenmail.bcpl.lib.md.us)
Date: Wed Jan 23 2002 - 00:36:54 CST
What is the "Deny login locally" right supposed to do? I always thought
that should prevent you from logging into the box when you are local (i.e.
at the keyboard) so you basically can't have a login that gets you to a
But it seems like thats not true, at least in WinXP from a clean install.
The guest account is set to "Deny login locally" in the local security
policy but if you enable the guest account you can login with that account.
I thought that shouldn't be allowed.
-- Eli Allen eallenbcpl.net