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Old 16.10.2004, 13:46   #1
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Question Local policy does not allow you to login interactively


I am running windows XP homem and recently installed SP2 and after reboot, my account has disappeared from
the welcome screen.
I then logged on as my wife and see my account is still
there. I changed the logon welcome screen to the classic screen and entered my username and password and got the message above.

Any ideas how I get myself back into my PC as myself????

I have found several threads relating to other versions of windows or XP, but I amrunning XP home on a small home peer network. I do not have group policy editors, etc that are on servers or XP pro.

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Old 16.10.2004, 14:49   #2
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So you absolutely sure there is no gpedit.msc in your system?
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Old 16.10.2004, 16:33   #3
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Not sure if it will work as I'm not within Home edition at all. But anyway, try this:

1.- Go to Control Panel -> User accounts and see what group of accounts you're in.

2.- Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Policy -> User Rights Assignment -> Log on locally and see the properties. There add the group of accounts you're in.

Hope it works...
Red Stone
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