This error is a little bit self-explanatory and that the account is not granted permission to log on to the device. With this, you will get such an error message at login as shown below.
Note: This is a Domain controller and as such by default, local user accounts are not granted access to logon the server.
If you wish to permit domain users to access your Domain Controller (which is Unauthorized Access Contact Network Administrator for Details). Although not recommended, you can configure Group Policy Object to have this configured.
- Launch the Gorup Policy Object Management Tool (gpmc.msc) - Select your domain and expand Group Policy Objects then right click on "Default Domain Controller Policy" - Click Edit Under the Computer Management, - Expand Policies and - Select Windows Settings - Expand Security Settings and - Select Local Policies and then - Click on User Rights Management - Right click on Allow Logon Locally and - Click on Properties - On the other pane, Add the User of Group that you want
Alternatively, if the user is denied login access to the server, you must remove the user from the list of denied login access. To do this, launch the GPO and follow the path to fix this.
Enter "secpol.msc" in the Run dialog box or Contona Window. - Press Enter to open the Local Security Policy window. Navigate to the Security Settings - Local Policies - User Rights Assignment. In the right pane, locate the policy named Deny log on locally. - Double-click on it to modify by removing the user from the list.
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