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logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through ts

Q: logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through ts

logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through terminal services. i have setup a AD in my virtual box and install ts. i also have create a client pc in my virtual box. whenever from my cilent pc i connect to the ts web access to get the apps from the server. i key in my id and password it will prompt me this message. but i have already assign the rights. i have already enable this option allow logon through terminal service, allow logon through terminal locally. i have added remote desktop user to permission to it. but it seems like it not working. can anyone advise me how i can do it ? or is it the ts license without activating i cannot access?

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A: logon to this computer you must be granted the allow logon through ts

Let me know if I understand you correctly. You are trying to use a program Terminal Services without the correct proper activation.
What operating system do you have and are you trying to use Microsoft's Terminal Services program?

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I have a computer which will not allow me to map a drive to another computer within our network.  Both devices are Windows 7.  In my small network, I have three WIN7 devices and one WIN10 device.   One WIN7 and the WIN10 machines are
both mapped to the HOST WIN7 device successfully.  I am able to PING the "errored WIN7" computer from the host computer; I am able to see the computer and shares on the error'd from the HOST machine but when I try to map from the error'd machine
to HOST I get the <g class="gr_ gr_5319 gr-alert gr_spell gr_inline_cards gr_run_anim ContextualSpelling ins-del" data-gr-id="5319" id="5319">Logon</g> Failure error (above).  I have completed the following:
-Reset Advanced Sharing Settings (ensured File and Printer Sharing are turned ON and Password Protected Sharing is turned OFF)
-Group Policy Management ( allow log on locally and ensured the ADMIN account (and everyone) is in the Group settings
-Group Policy Management (removed the Deny log on locally) assignment
-HOST machine (Everyone is allowed under User Rights)
-Network Sharing (enabled network discover, use user accounts and passwords to connect to other computers)
-Network access (Allow anonymous SID/name translation)
-Network access (Let everyone permissions apply to anonymous users)
-Network access (Restrict anonymous access to Named Pipes and Shares)
-Network access (Do not... Read more

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Windows 2003 server local policy keeps loosing the users that I set so that it can be browsed accross the workgroup. I can browse the server from the other pcs in the workgroup only for a few minutes until the policy looses the users all by itself. I cannot find anything that can explain what's going on. BTW - I can browse the other computers from the server with no problem. The local policy on the other computers don't change themselves. TY
 

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Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer

If you see this message the following should be done on the computer containing the shared files:

Download the following and install it

Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=4544

after installation is complete, click on: Start, All Programs, Windows Resource Kit Tools, Command Shell

Then enter the following commands. (Attention: they are case sensitive.)

net user guest /active:yes
ntrights +r SeNetworkLogonRight -u Guest
ntrights -r SeDenyNetworkLogonRight -u Guest

The first command enables network access for Guest, the two subsequent ones change two different policies to allow network access for Guest.
 

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Hello all,

This is my first ever post, usually with a bit of searching I can find the answers to most computer related issues I have, but no matter how hard I look I cannot find the answer I need to solve this rather annoying problem.

So here is the low down, I have my desktop PC running Windows 7 Ultimate. I also have a cheap old Asus netbook running Windows XP home edition SP3 (not much on it so it runs ok).

I am trying to share files between them so my Mrs can access the music on my PC.
So far I have been able to access the shared files folder from my netbook on my PC. I can also detect the PC under the Workgroup tab of 'My Network Places' on the netbook.

However whenever I double click on the 'Richyv-pc' icon in the Workgroup folder is comes up with an error message that states:

"\\Richyv-pc is not accessible. You might not have perrmission to use this network resource. Contract the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer."

I have granted full share access to all the wanted files from my PC with access to 'Everyone' with read/write control.

I have tried many different things from many different forums but none have fixed this problem. Im sure Im missing something obvious but I just cant see it. My PC is part of a homegroup because of my work laptop that I bring home from time to time but I dont think this is caus... Read more

A:Logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this compute

Hi and welcome to TSF see the steps here and check that you have followed them Share Files and Printers between Windows 7 and XP - How-To Geek

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I've tried every fix that I can find on the internet to get around this issue. I've identified the problem to be the local policy on the 2003 server that allows incoming access erases the accounts I add after a few minutes, therefore I can no longer access the server from another computer in the workgroup. I can always access any computer from the server. I need help....please. TY
 

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I accidently screwed up the administrator account and once, i tried to install a software and it came "You need a administrator password to proceed"so i typed it then it came the error"this user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer i tried a lot but its still not working and i cant install anythin..so please help me
 

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Hie guys, Iwas looking on some postas with regard to this topic and tried to implement the suggestions.
I followed the suggestion below

To resolve this problem: on the remote computer, select Administrative Tools>Local Security Settings>Local Policies>User Rights Assignment, right-click on Access this computer from the network>Properties>Add Users or Groups, add everyone or any users you want to be able to access the computer from the network.

This fixed the problem on the interim and I could access my file shares and printers. However when I restart the machine or even log off nad log on again, the prblem resurfaces and all the user accounts Iand groups i wolud have added to Administrative Tools>Local Security Settings>Local Policies>User Rights Assignment, right-click on Access this computer from the network> will be removed and the field empty. hence I suspect spam the disallow remote access by editing these entries .

Any ideas on how this can be resolved would be appreciated

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I have two win xp sp2 pcs. Both of them are in the same workgroup. I can ping each one from the other. I can access the shared folders of one pc from the other. But the reverse is not true. I cannot access shared folders of the other machine.
I am attaching the error message here.

A:logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type

After going through a similar thread I installed windows resource toolkit and entered the command mentioned in that thread. But now I am getting Access Is Denied instead of logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type.

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Currently at work I have replace a computer that had windows 2000 and it was joing to a workgroup but since i replace that computer for a Windows Vista machine in which i rename exactly the same name but now went a user in the workgroup try to access the window vista home edition machine they get this error "the user has not been granted the requested logon type an this computer" and on this same workgroup im using a 3 windows vista machine and 3 Xp. Can some one help me to fix this issue i have never experience this type of proble before. Thanks

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I have gone through this thread already:

http://forums.techguy.org/networking/533210-solved-user-has-not-been.html

but the microsoft link does not apply to my software.
All computers are 64bit OS. Computer I can't access is running vista ult(laptop1). I have two pc's, one with win 7 pro(laptop2) and win 7 ult(desktop1) that can't connect to a shared drive on laptop1. I have another win7 pro(laptop3) that can connect to the share on laptop1. The network is configured as a domain and is run by a windows 2000 server. With the two computers that can't connect I get this error

\\laptop1\ is not accessible. blah blah contact sys admin
logon failure: the user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer.

Any help would be appreciated. All the logon credentials I am using have admin rights in case that helps.
 

A:Solved: user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer

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I'm having a problem trying to connect to my Windows XP computer through my Windows 7. I am running Windows 7 Home Premium on my laptop and I'm trying to connect to Windows XP Home edition SP3 on a desktop. I can't connect either way (From the laptop to desktop or vice versa). I had tried the suggestion given here:
http://forums.techguy.org/networking/533210-solved-user-has-not-been.html

Yet it was too no avail. Any other suggestions perhaps?
 

A:Solved: User has not been granted the request logon type at this computer

Well I got Windows XP to connect to Windows 7. I followed the steps given in the guide by JohnWill using the Windows 7 for the receving end, and then I disabled password on Windows 7 by going

Control Panel >
Network and Sharing Center >
Change Advance Sharing Settings (in the upper left corner) >
and Turning off Password Protected Sharing.

GOD I HATE WINDOWS GAH!!

sorry. I've been with this problem for four hours. anyone ever notice that everyone elses computer problems are easy to fix and feel much more rewarding? Thanks anyone who looked here, I think this is fixed.
 

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I have 3 PC's and one netbook all running Windows 10 Home. All PC's were upgraded from Windows 8.1 and the Netbook was upgraded from Windows 7.

Before the Win 10 upgrades, all computers could see each other and share files within the network here at home. None require passwords or Pins on boot up. Now with all of them with the latest versions installed all of the PC's and Netbook still can see and share except for one PC(My main PC) which can see and share with the other PC's but not the Netbook, but the Netbook can see and share with the PC. The error I am getting is the typical:
\\Netbook is not accessible. You might not have permission to use this network resource. Contact the administrator of this server to find out if you have access permissions. Logon Failure: The user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer.

I'm at a loss of what to do.

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When trying to access shared files or printer on my home PC (Kelly01) from my laptop (Tracy-PC) over wireless network, I get the error message below. The laptop can access the wireless network and use the internet connection though. Also, the home PC (Kelly01) can access shared folders that are on the laptop but the laptop cannot access shared folders (or printer) on the PC. The home PC is running Windows XP Home (not XP Pro). I am not sure why it thinks I'm running Windows NT.

Event Type: Failure Audit
Event Source: Security
Event Category: Logon/Logoff
Event ID: 534
Date: 1/19/2009
Time: 10:26:43 AM
User: NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM
Computer: KELLY01
Description:
Logon Failure:
Reason: The user has not been granted the requested
logon type at this machine
User Name: Tracy
Domain: Tracy-PC
Logon Type: 3
Logon Process: NtLmSsp
Authentication Package: MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0
Workstation Name: TRACY-PC

This has been working successfully for yrs but stopped a few days ago. I suspect that it had to do with the install of MS Money. I had an issue during install and followed this recommendation (below) from the Money site (which did fix the issue with installing Money but maybe resulted in the current sharing problems):

Click on 'Start', 'Run' and type in 'cmd' in the textbox
Press 'Enter' - this will bring up a command prompt box
Type in secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\repair\secsetup.inf /db secsetup.sdb /verbose
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http://forums.techguy.org/networking/357655-aah-lol-urgent-2.html

http://www.techsupportforum.com/net...as-not-been-granted-requested-logon-type.html

http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=...requested+logon+type+at+this+computer&spell=1

http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/cant-access-one-computer-on-net/25769.html

I have got Desktop with XP Home Edition and Laptop with XP Prof SP3

On Desktop when I typed in \\Laptop\C$ or \\Laptop\D$ , I have got no problem to access Desktop.

On Laptop when I typed in \\Desktop\C$ or \\Desktop\E$ , I would be presented with this error:

Logon Failure: The user has not been granted the requested logon type at this computer.Click to expand...

There is no firewall, I do not have same accounts and passwords on both computers (although I tried that and it did not work).

Option for " Use simple file sharing " is unchecked.

Any help

Thanks
 

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I recently created an Admin account in order to change the account I normally use into a standard account. Now I'm not able to access the Admin account. The account I use is the only one that I can see when my computer starts up or I switch users.

What's worse is that when I try to do something that needs administrative priveledges, it gives me the error message "Login Failure: The user has not been granted the requested logon type at this compute" after I enter the Admin password.

I've looked around at posts about this error message but all of them are about networking. And this isn't a networking problem.

Thanks for any help you can give me!

A:Login Failure: The user has not been granted the requested logon type at this compute

Yes, this is about networking. The network's Group Policy hasn't given you permission to use that computer.

If it's not possible that the network has done this to you, then it's most likely that you're infected. I'd suggest posting over in the Security forums for further advice: http://www.techsupportforum.com/f50/

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Can some one help me understand what seems to be the problem.
 
I can log on the domain using my credential as admin. But any user with less then admin gets the following error:
 
Can't logon because the logon method you are using is not allowed on this computer.
 
Does anyone know what needs to be done?
 
Thanks!

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200+ Windows 7 Pro machines, similar configuration, 1/4 of them x86, 3/4 x64.
Encountered 6 such machines having this problem: After a restart, user logon stuck at a black screen. In Windows event application log there is an event 'The Windows logon process has failed to spawn a user application'. This application is an in-house developed
application and is called at winlogon\userinit registry key.
A restart into Safe Mode, first logon will experience an auto-restart, then second logon ok. Subsequent logon into normal Windows is ok.

Setting the group policy setting to User Account Control: Behaviour in Admin Approval Mode to 'Elevated without prompt' doesn't solve the problem.

All machines are in workgroup.
There seems to be a relationship between security hardening (through local security policy) and this behaviour but not conclusive because some of the machines encountering the problem had not been hardened.
When I booted a machine under MS DART and change the userinit registry key to call userinit.exe instead of the in-house application, subsequent user can logon correctly under normal mode. Then changing it back to call the in-house application will again
logon into black screen.
Based on these observations, can anyone share what Windows does during Safe Mode to recovery such problem? under what circumstances does it auto-restart after a logon? Can local GPO enforcement corrupt the default user profile?


Valuable skills are not learned, learned skil... Read more

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Hi all,
I'm about at my wits end trying to fix this issue, and require your assistance please.
On multiple Windows 7 PC's in our environment, we are getting these types of errors:
Log Name:      System
Source:        NETLOGON
Date:          12/11/2019 3:05:06 PM
Event ID:      5719
Task Category: None
Level:         Error
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      P37905.domain.local
Description:
This computer was not able to set up a secure session with a domain controller in domain DOMAIN.LOCAL due to the following: 
There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request. 
This may lead to authentication problems. Make sure that this computer is connected to the network. If the problem persists, please contact your domain administrator.  

ADDITIONAL INFO 
If this computer is a domain controller for the specified domain, it sets up the secure session to the primary domain controller emulator in the specified domain. Otherwise, this computer sets up the secure session to any domain controller in the specified
domain.
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Log Name:      System
Source:        Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy
Date:          12/11/2019 3:05:06 PM
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Hi At my company we have Lenovo L460 with windows 7 and Cisco anyconnect 4.3 - we have a sim card with 4G data connection to a service provider(Telenor).When I have logon screen for windows 7, I can see with FN+F8 that the wireless WAN is "on", but when I try to connect/logon with the cisco anyconnect "start before logon" module the cisco say that it can't see any internet connection. And I tried to wait for 3-4 minutes so all services where running, but no connection.... If I uses the Wifi connection then it just goes smooth... If I logon to windows 7 and then start the mobile data connection at logon to cisco anyconnect there is NO problem.. So are there somebody who can say that:1. Huawei does not support cisco anyconnect SBL?2. Lenovo does not allow you to start a mobile connection before you logon windows ?3. Or something? A lot of thanks in advance!!!!!!!! Regards niels

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Hello,

Today I am having many of my windows 7 machines reporting the following error when trying to log into the domain


 An attempt was made to logon, but the network logon service was not started


Overall, the only changes that have been made were the past windows updates that ran today.





Is anyone aware of a fix for this issue?

I am troubleshooting now, but hoping to save some time by asking on the forums.

Thanks

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Please help! I am trying to logon to my computer and am getting The User Profile Service failed the logon message for both my Lucy and Lucy Administrator profiles. I have looked on here to find a solution and have tried to do a system restore but it tells me that there are no settings to restore to ?? Most other messages just dont make sense as Im not great at dealing with computers when they go wrong! I would be really grateful if anyone knows how I can sort this out. The only thing I can do is log into Safe Mode and I have no idea where to go from here!
Thanks

A:Vista logon issue - The User Profile Service failed the logon ???

Hi Lucy

The following tutorial will give you instructions on how to fix this - The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.

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Hi, I have this on login attempt

The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded.
It then logs off and directs me back to same screen.

As I stupidly only have one account I have no access to play with any windows options!!!

Please he lp
Just turned on other PC on home network and was able to access the shared folders on problem pc.

Is there any way to correct without a clean install?

Thank You

SOLVED....... Big apologies to all staff at TSG.. I didn't search enough posts.

But I found this and followed exactly. Don't know if it was for Vista, but workedlike a charm on Win 7 x64 Ultimate.

http://forums.techguy.org/windows-vista/787436-solved-user-profile-service-has.html
Thanks
 

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We are trying to enable SSO with Smart Cards for Windows 7 and eventually 10. During logon users can see up to six certificates available for logon. This is going to cause confusion for the users. Selecting only the correct certificate will allow the user
successful SSO. It appears that this MAY be the certificate with the Enhanced Key Usage (EKU) that contains 'Smart Card Logon (1.3.6.1.4.1.311.20.2.2)' and has the text under the box where you enter your PIN that says 'Windows will try to connect to the network'
I found an article, below, that gives more options for certificates but these don't seem to offer what I'm looking for. 
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff404287(v=ws.10).aspx
Looking for other ideas/solutions please...
Chad

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I have a Gateway MX6920 that had Windows XP preinstalled on it, I formatted and installed Windows 7. it only has the basic Windows 7 programs on it +Firefox, Google Chrome, TeamViewer, & an Anti-virus, but I have an ongoing issue where the computer completely freezes. the mouse doesn't work, no programs open, and I cannot bring up the task manager. if I press ctrl+alt+del it will still be frozen for about 5 more minutes, then give me the following message the "logon process was unable to display security and logon options when ctrl+alt+delete was pressed" and then just keeps being frozen until I cold boot shut down.

I scanned for viruses, ran sfc /scannow, with several programs but they all report clean

I am at a loss and this is a daily issue

Googling this error message brings up limited but unresolved issues

A:the logon process was unable to display security and logon options whe

according to the following link:

Failure to display security and shut down options. The logon process - Microsoft Community

it looks like the windows winsock needs to be reset. Hopefully doing that will solve the issue: to do that; do the following:

open a elevated command prompt(click start, programs, accessories, then right click on command prompt and select run as administrator) type netsh winsock reset hopefully that will help. If not that then in the same command prompt; type the following: netsh winsock reset

try one of the above commands and see if that helps to resolve the issue.
netsh winsock reset

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Hi everyone,
I am so glad to have found this forum and to see that others in the past with similar problems have had them resolved, looking forward to nutting this one out
ISSUE
The computer is a win XP with RAID that freezes the mouse and the keyboard if a mouse or keyboard button is touched at the logon screen.
The mouse works fine until a button is pressed, you can even click on a user but are unable to enter a password due to the keyboard and mouse freezing at this moment.
NOTE: originally happened with a USB keyboard and USB mouse, using PS2 keyboard and mouse.
BACKGROUND
I am writing about my fathers old computer which suddenly started “freezing up” at the logon screen, after he wasted weeks trying to get it to work he decided that it was a hardware issue and bought himself a new computer.
Since then I have proved that there was no hardware error by putting an extra HDD in and installing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
Everything functions fine under Ubuntu and the files are able to be accessed on the RAID.
DESIRED OUTCOME
While i can access and copy files as needed from the RAID i would like to return access to the win XP install and let my father use it again.
STEPS TAKEN SO FAR
I first attempted to run Live rescue CD's but they could not find the RAID drive.
- Bit Defender Rescue CD – Saw the ubuntu drive, no RAID
- Kaspersky Rescue Disk 10 – Didn't see any HDD's.
So I ran the following AV programs from ubuntu 12.04 LTS:
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A:Unable to logon, Win XP with RAID, KB & mouse freeze at logon screen

So you are able to run the machine  using PS2 keyboard and mouse.
 
 
Step 1: 
 
Download and install LogonFix
 
Click the Highlighted button.
 

 
When prompted select yes.
Allow the program to reboot your machine as well when prompted.
 
 
Step 2:
 
Download drivecleanup.zip to your desktop.
CLICK HERE to determine whether you're running 32-bit or 64-bit for Windows.
Once the determination has been made open either the 32-bit or 64-bit folder.
Right Click the .exe on the inside of the folder and run as admin.
A command prompt window will open telling you what has been removed upon completion.
Note: All usb devices must be removed from your machine during this step, except your keyboard and mouse of course. 
 
Step 3:
 
 

 
Download TFC by OldTimer to your desktop.
Close any open windows
Double click the TFC icon to run the program. (Vista/7/8 Users, Right Click and select Run as Admin)
TFC will close all open programs itself in order to run
Click the Start button to begin the process
Allow TFC to run uninterrupted
Once its finished it should automatically reboot your machine, if it doesn't, manually reboot to ensure a complete clean.

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I have upgraded my laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 10. During the procedure a screen showed that Dell Access had to be removed before Windows 10 could be installed.
It was removed, and everything else went smoothly.
Now during logon, at the login screen, the system will take a while to initialize, and say "Failure to initialize". Luckily I am able to login using a password.
I want to use the fingerprint reader to login. Dell says that this system have no issues with upgrading to Windows 10, but not now. So how can I solve this problem?
I will like to do either the following:
1. Get the fingerprint reader working.
2. If it cannot work, I want the logon screen to stop trying to initialize and just use password to logon.

Also, I am getting 2-3 nos of the same user on the login screen. There is only 1 user on this computer but I see mostly 2 but sometimes 3 of the same on the lower left of the logon screen. I also want to remove the extras. Not an issue, but I think it may be related to the above as well.

Thanks.

M.Wan

A:Precision M4700 Win10 upgrade - Failure to initialize fingerprint reader during logon, and multiple same users on logon screen

I'm getting the same thing and the same lack of response.  Has anyone from DELL done any research on this?

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Hi there,

I have a windows 7 pc in a "domain", so when you get to the initial windows 7 welcome screen (prior to logging in as a user), you get a blank transparent Picture

A:How to change Logon screen Picture frame (before logon)

Its ok, managed to get it working, seemed to work when i did it again, strange. No blank picture frame now, just a customised "picture frame" that appears prior to logon, just what I was after. Hope this helps anyone else trying to achieve this.

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Vanilla Dell Inspiron 1720 laptop running Windows Vista. It has never had a login account or password protection, and is only used in single user mode.

Yesterday, start-ups fine, no password. Today, I'm presented with the user logon widow prompting me for a password, and cannot logon to Vista!

No-one has meddled with the laptop. Don't know if SP1 was automatically downloaded
and installed - whatever the factory defaults were from Dell. I've not seen any references to this kind of issue on Vista, but have heard about a similar thing with NT.

Any suggestions how this could have happened?

Yes - I know I can reset passwords using the NT Password Editor (http://home.eunet.no/~pnordahl/ntpasswd/).
 

A:Vista logon screen for single user logon

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Hi,

Is there a way to remove the logon picture.

or make the picture smaller.

it ruins my logon wallpaper
let me know!

A:Logon screen, change/remove logon picture

There are some links in this thread which may be of help - Remove the Login Screen Icon

Danny

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I have viewed this site for a long time, but this is the first time I needed to post a problem. I do not know if my problem belongs in the OS forum or the Networking forum but hear it is!

I am setting up a new Dell PC with Windows XP Home Edition with 256 megs of memory. I need to manually log onto a Novell network and automatically logon to Windows XP Home Edition. In other words, I do not want the windows logon screen to appear after I log onto Novell.

I have tried Microsoft's article Q315231 "How to Enable Automatic Logon in Windows". The auto logon to windows works, however, it seems to disable the Novell logon screen. When I boot up the pc no logon window appears (Novell or otherwise). I can however, manually log into Novell after XP is loaded.

I need to allow different Novell users to log in to one Windows XP profile. Is this possible? My network admin and I have not been able to figure this out.

I will not be able to test any suggestions until Monday, but I can supply additional information to any post this weekend.

Thank you in advance for everyone's efforts.
 

A:Novell Manual Logon & Windows XP Auto Logon

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i have face with the following problem..i joind with domain successfully but when i created a user in domain and to logon client 
computer the follwing error occure plz help me with a few simple step in windows 8 or 8.1
note
i have windows server 2012 r2 in Domain computer

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Ok, this one isnt as easy as it seems.

I know about the temporary user problem when a user has their folder deleted & try to log in again & get a Temporary User profile. However, my problem is a little more servere.

Any new user that tries to log on gets the Temp profile.
3 previous user profiles work ok. However, one of them changed their password & they then got the Temp profile.
The PC is connected via a Domain, so i removed the PC from the Domain, added it to Workgroup & logged in locally as a new user with Admin rights & I still get the Temp profile.
I've checked the permissions & the registry & cant find anything wrong.
This is what gets reported in the error log:

Thanks in advance.

A:Vista logon problem, Users only get a 'Temporary Logon'

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Im a newbie
We recently bought a new cisco e3000 router and connected our Domain Server ie 2008 and the router to the same switch. Now when you logon from a client say windows 7 or 8 client, this message appears "no logon servers available to service the logon request".

Dont know whether I have to disconnect the cisco router which inturn would prevent us from accessing our ISP's modem internet.
Please help
 

A:no logon servers available to service the logon request

If no other variables in the network has changed it does sound like some kind of routing or DHCP mismatch which needs reconfiguring.

Would you know what I mean If I said can can you logon to a profile local to the client (i.e not on the server) and 'ping' the domain server IP address from a command prompt? Equally can you ping an internet address such as google.com?
 

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My method for automatically changing the Windows 7 logon/logoff wallpaper with every logon.

Step 1: Use one of the many guides on the web to enable custom/oem logon wallpaper, such as Brink's: Log On Screen - Change


Step 2: Copy whatever JPEG images you want to use for logon/logoff wallpaper in to C:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds
You do not need to rename them -- just so long as their file extension is JPG or JPEG they'll be fine.


Step 3: Copy the following into C:\Windows\System32\oobe\info\backgrounds\rand.vbs

Code:
'=========================================
'rand.vbs
'Random logon/logoff wallpaper generator
'Author: [email protected]
'=========================================

Option Explicit
Dim objFSO, objFolder, objFile, colFiles
Dim min, max, result, aWallpaper(100)

Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject")
Set objFolder = objFSO.GetFolder(".\")
min = 1
max = 0

Set colFiles = objFolder.Files
For Each objFile in colFiles
If ((LCase(Right(CStr(objFile.Name), 3)) = "jpg") Or (LCase(Right(CStr(objFile.Name), 4)) = "jpeg")) Then
If NOT (CStr(objFile.Name) = "backgroundDefault.jpg") Then
max = max + 1
aWallpaper(max) = CStr(objFile.Name)
End If
End If
Next

Randomize
result = Int((max-min+1)*Rnd+min)

objFSO.CopyFile ".\" & aWallpaper(result), ".\" & "backgroundDefault.jpg", True
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A:Logon Wallpaper - automatically change w/ every logon

You may want to link to this in your thread: Task Scheduler - Create New Task

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Dear All,
I am at work and I am now having serious problem with my computer. I can't log on to my computer running WinXP Pro sp2 in IBM Thinkpad T41. When turned on, the computer boot up smoothly to Welcome screen awaiting for password. After enter the password and hit enter. It shows "Loading your personal settings" which is normal.

Yet, 0.1 second after sucessfully logon, I got kicked back to the login screen. It seems the computer logoff my account automatically showing "Saving your account settings" and then it is waiting for password.

This repeats every time I try to logon, always got kicked back to welcome screen after 0.1 second.

I tried to logon as computer administrator too but no hope...

Then I tried to open up a safe mode by pressing F8. Well, Safemode exhibits in the same way as normal mode.

I also tried the command prompt option. The wried thing is I got the Welcome Screen instead of command prompt.

Basically, all options in the F8 menu lead me to that evil Welcome Screen and autmatically log me off after logon.

I absolutely have no control over my computer now. T__T I believe it's some sort of virus that's tricking me but I don't know its name. Would someone help me?

Thanks in advance
Joe

A:Logon Problem, Looping Logon/Logoff

I have the same problem now with my Windows 2000 Pro on a Compaq Armada M700. Did anyone ever help you? What was the solution?!

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I am receiving this error message along with a user name and password logon boxes everytime l attempt to change anything remotely related to user settings...I am thinking maybe l need to logon to an old works server before l can change these settings...? OR am l speaking nonsense...?

I cannot use disk cleanup, msconfig, or change any user account settings....?

I am completely lost and getting extremelly frustrated as to what to do next...


I am running Vista Business with Service Pack 1.

PLEASE HELP

Thanks in advance

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Trying to fix my friend's laptop. She claims she was watching a youtube video and all of th sudden the computer started acting up and so she rebooted the computer and now it won't boot past the xp logon scren. Comes up with the error: "data execution prevention; userini logon application" with the only option of close message. windows does not contiue to boot and just sits there. I have tried to boot into safe mode but it only gives the option of booting into normal xp media center. tried last known good config and same results. any ideas?

acer aspire 3050-1594
AMD Sempron 3400+
xp media center
 

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how does one create, re: auto logon to ISP from startup or logon

In know you can create this from "Task Scheduler" or or by draging the ISP connection icon to "Start Up".

I'm missing a step, cause after loging on, the logon to my ISP appears and I still need to click "logon". It should be seemless.
 

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I am using Microsoft Word 2003 and want to address an evelope but every time I click on the address book icon I get, "Logon failed: You must logon to Microsoft Exchange to access your address book. Error code: "unspecified error"
My question is how do I access this and add my contacts from Outlook Express OR create an address book in Word? I've tried the Mail Merge but that didn't do anything except create a bunch of envelopes with only first names.
Please help as i don't relish the thought of entering an address every time I print an evelope.
Thanks and God bless,
Peter
 

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Hi! I had my XP set up so there was no logon, just when I turned on my computer, went to the desktop. Well, after visiting a website which suggested to change passwords on XP, I did. Now, not only do I get a screen that I have to type in the password, I am also getting a "Logon Message" box, which is over the "Log on to Windows" box, which says: "LOGON MESSAGE; The system could not log you on. Make sure your User Name and Domain are correct, then type your password again. Letters in password must be typed using correct case".

Then, when I click "OK", I get the Log On to Windows Box, and just type in the password, which then takes me to the desktop.

Questions are: What could be the problem re: UserName and Domain? I did go to User Accounts and changed my name while I changed the password on the original account, did not add an account. I am the only user of my computer, nobody else.

And...what do I need to do to get it to just startup, bypass any logon and go directly to the desktop, like I had it set to do before? I cannot remember how the heck I did this before! But I have had it set to just startup, no logon for 2 years as I am the only one using it. Just changed the password, per the websites suggestion (BlackViper.com), as a security measure, hackers, etc. Did not realize it would change how I logon!

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A:XP Logon problem - and how to bypass logon?

Your exact problem and a solution.
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;300433

Good luck!

Mollie
 

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We have a Win 7 desktop at our Senior Center. I am no expert, but am the volunteer who tries to take care of our computers. I was told to make it so that the general public could not logon on to one specific computer, as it is the one we are going to use to create our newsletter, and we didn't want anyone messing with it, as there are two other computers they can use.

I went into control panel, and as best I can remember, I set up a user name and password. I do not know what a domain is, in the sense of Win 7. I get that error message every time, in spite of believing that I get the username and password correct. How can I undo what I did, so that authorized volunteers can use this machine, which happens to be the only Win 7 computer, the others being Vista or Win XP, and MS Publisher which we will be buying must run on Win 7/8?

I will do something drastic, if called for, such as opening the case and removing the BIOS battery for a while if that would reset anything germane to the problem.

I really must get an answer, or we cannot get out the next newsletter using MS Publisher.

A:There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon re

The desktops were donated, as we are a 501(c)3 charity, 100% volunteers. We have no reinstallation disks, which I would use if we had them. That is how drastic it is. I would be willing to lose everything to get back the use of this only Win 7 computer we have.

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When i boot up the system hangs at the blue 'Windows xp' screen, the 'Windows is starting' is missing and it goes no further, the logon screen does not appear so i can't get in. I have recovery console on and i can get into the drive by booting in from another drive/operating system. how can i rectify the problem?
This happens in safe mode as well, can anyone suggest how to recover from this.

Steve
 

A:XP Does not get to Welcome logon screen, unable to logon

if you have a windows xp cdrom the easy way around this is with a repair install of windows xp http://www.fujitsu-siemens.co.uk/rl/servicesupport/techsupport/software/windows/xp/Repair.htm
 

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Hello,
My system windows 7 has been showing the logon screen after cicking on my account,.
It shows welcome and again its shows logon screen.
I logged  in with safe mode and created another account . New account worked fine. After shut down and i again logged in,It shows same problem.
Again logon screen is displaying
Kindly help meee out

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Hello,
We have strange problem with our one Windows 7 Pro machine. We have few users, that have set option (Logon to) to login on specified computers - for example pc1 and pc2.
These users are accessing these PC's via RDP. The problem is, that on "pc2" machine, none of users can't login via RDP to it. They can login locally, but not via RDP (they have all permissions to logon via RDP). "pc1" is working flawlessly
(users can login both locally and via RDP).

The funniest thing about it is that, when users have "logon to" option set to "pc1" and "pc2" - they
can't access "pc2".
BUT... if we set "Logon to" option to "All computers" - they can easilly access it.

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my XP Pro pc boots up to the welcome, logon screen ... I put in Administrator and password and it starts to log on, then immediately logs off again. I do not see any errors, although the screen flickers quickly as though it is attempting to load something, before it returns to welcome screen again.
I can not boot into safe mode, same problem ... and have tried various solutions concerning replacing userinit.exe which I found in other forums.
I am still stuck and am hoping someone may have solution for me.
I do know that sometime in past day or so, the other user informed me
that he found process running which when gogled was listed as a trojan, then deleted file and registry entry. Unfortunately he doe snot seem to remember then name of the file he removed.
Can anyone somehow magically point me in the right direction for this ?
thanks,
Jesse

A:logon loop can not logon

Hi path2u and welcome to TSF !

Have you tried "last known good config" from the same menu with safe mode ?

Do you have a retail XP install disk or some recovery disks ?

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Hello,

I had a virus on my computer and I installed PC Doctor to remove it (so I thought). Now at the logon screen, I logon and it will not let me. I see my desktop (without icons) for a few seconds and then the computer logs me off. I tried to run in safe mode but the same thing keeps happening. PLEASE HELP!!!

A:I Can't Logon To My Computer Help!

Do you have an XP install CD by chance? You could do a repair installation. I had to do that very same thing last month and it worked like a charm. Programs and personal documents were not affected.

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