Command line tool to configure system to allow specific user/group to logon locally. 


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Current Version

Version 0.10.00 - September 20, 2001

Modification(s) from previous version

Security Requirements



C++. Compiled with Visual Studio

Source Code Availability



This app I q-n-d'ed for a guy in UseNet who got locked out of a workstation after messing with local policy. It will set the SeInteractiveLogonRight and clear the SeDenyInteractiveLogonRight privileges for whatever ID is specified on whatever machine it is specified on and the Everyone well known group. I found the base code in the MSDN Library and simply changed the right being assigned, added a clear right for SeDenyInteractiveLogonRight and added a couple of lines to the usage, slapped on a header, and changed the name so it was more descriptive. Later I realized that the res kit had a nice tool called NTRIGHTS which I would have recommended; though this tool is free. =)  


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    Download and type SeInteractiveLogonRight /?

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