Security Templates An Extended Error Has Occurred Failed To Save
Open Event Viewer: Start -> All Programs -> Administrative Tools -> > >> Event Viewer. > >> B. I removed the user from > the > >groups and was able to logon locally. when I try to connect to the laptop at all I get the error that I dont have permission. In addition, check the "Access this computer from > network" > >> policy to make sure that the everyone is listed and the "Deny access to > >> this computer from https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/Lync/en-US/3dfc21e7-fbad-4f35-8278-0adf3e7323c0/an-extended-error-has-occurred-failed-to-save-local-policy-database?forum=winserversecurity
An Extended Error Has Occurred Failed To Save Local Policy Database Windows 7
Although we provide other information for your reference, we recommend you post different incidents in different threads to keep the thread clean. It would give me the >> >error message: Ã¢â‚¬Å“The local policy of this system does not permit you to >> logon >> >interactivelyÃ¢â‚¬Â. The error still occurs. 0 Message Author Comment by:mrmystery442010-07-16 I have found that when "Minimum session security for NTLM SSP based (including secure RPC) Clients and Servers is set to
amin says: August 29, 2009 at 5:59 am i cant, when i want to import it, it says access is denied. Open Event Viewer: Start -> All Programs -> Administrative Tools -> >> >> Event Viewer. >> >> B. If so, please apply the following hotfix to fix the IIS AppPool\Classic .NET AppPool disappearing issue. "An external error has occurred" error when you change the user rights of an account Extended Error Has Occurred Importing Security Policy Failed to save Local Policy Database If you go back into Local Security Policy to check the user right, you find that the Classic .NET AppPool and DefaultAppPool groups disappeared from
To get them back you can first uninstall IIS and then install IIS. Access Is Denied Failed To Save Local Policy Database On the problematic Workstation, run rsop.msc to check the effective >> "Allow logon locally" policy to make sure that the domain users group is >> listed. Does it happen on other computer? 5. http://setspn.blogspot.com/2010/09/failed-to-save-local-policy-database.html They fail to save >Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 09:17:05 -0700 >Lines: 324 >Message-ID: <> >MIME-Version: 1.0 >Content-Type: text/plain; > charset="Utf-8" >Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit >X-Newsreader: Microsoft CDO for Windows 2000 >Content-Class: urn:content-classes:message
I removed the user from the >groups and was able to logon locally. Failed To Save Local Policy Database Server 2012 On SBS 2003, the "Deny log on locally" policy setting is applied to the Remote Operators group in the Default Domain Controllers Policy object. Failed to save Local Policy Database. How > about > >> the result?
Access Is Denied Failed To Save Local Policy Database
In reply to your questions. 1. Go Here If not, add it into the Default domain policy. An Extended Error Has Occurred Failed To Save Local Policy Database Windows 7 my com wont play some DVDs Unable to connect to this network Laptop Won't Boot Into Windows CPU shows low performance & always... An Extended Error Has Occurred Failed To Save Local Policy Database Windows 10 I'm convinced it must be somehting in the registry, I just dont know what.
But I still canâ€™t set local policies 3. this page Failed to save." > >After I click through the box, and the name appears in the list, but when > you > >close/reopen the Local Security Policy, it's gone. > > After clicking apply the following error popped up: An extended error has occurred. I tried saving the application/security log but got the error UNABLE TO > >SAVE EVENT LOG FILE. Kb2411938
Please check if the user accounts who can not logon to the server is a member of either the Remote Operators group or the Domain Power Users group. They fail to save >> >thread-index: AcXXCBimf2sT1zHCT3Wsrhy1fOe8nA== >> >X-WBNR-Posting-Host: 188.8.131.52 >> >From: "=?Utf-8?B?QWwtQW1pbg==?=" <> >> >Subject: Can't set Local Security policies. When responding to posts via your newsreader, > please "Reply to Group" so that others may learn and benefit from your > issue. > > Microsoft engineers can only focus on get redirected here Or perhaps the first workaround I describe next can be applied… I could easily reproduce this on an other server.
I canâ€™t logon on locally with any of the other administrator accounts. >I created a new Administrator account using the add user wizard and it >allowed me to logon locally to Security Templates An Extended Error Has Occurred Import Failed Please run command " gpresult /v > c:\gpresult.txt" respectively in the > server box and some problematic workstation and find the files to mail to > me for analyze. Did the >> issue that the local security policy can not saved happen on the specific >> box random or always time?
A day later I could no longer logon to the server.
I have tried numerous times to open the local policy and change it on the laptop with no luck. However I can still logon to the server remotely from any of the systems on the network. I've installed Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools on Windows XP pro (I thought it was listed as supported but I'm not sure anymore ...) and I don't know if it's Failed To Save Local Policy Database Xp Can you logon the server box locally (before the server > box)? > > 2.
Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. On the server, open Server Management console, locate Users node, >> right >> >> click the user account and click Properties, click the Terminal Services >> >> profile tab and make I was starting to lose hope. > >In reply to your questions. > > > >1. http://onlivetalk.com/failed-to/samba-error-failed-to-setup-profiling.php Failed to save." >After I click through the box, and the name appears in the list, but when you >close/reopen the Local Security Policy, it's gone. > >Iâ€™m in need of
Here are the results after I ran rsop.msc >> >i. A REQUIRED PRIVILEDGE IS NOT HELD BY THE CLIENT > >With regards to your suggestion for trouble shooting. >I. Which computer local security policy did you change to try to grant > the > >> specific Administrator logon on locally and remotely permissions? Here are the results after I ran rsop.msc > >i.
Failed to save." >> >After I click through the box, and the name appears in the list, but when >> you >> >close/reopen the Local Security Policy, it's gone. >> > In addition, make sure that the "deny logon locally" policy is not defined in RSOP (Result set of policy). In addition, check the "Access this computer from network" policy to make sure that the everyone is listed and the "Deny access to this computer from the network" is configured properly. Although we >> >> provide other information for your reference, we recommend you post >> >> different incidents in different threads to keep the thread clean.
Did the issue that the local security policy can not saved happen on the specific box random or always time? Somehow, my local policy was affected by the server's group policy, and now I cannot make any changes to my local policy. Try to test, how about the result? > >> > >> Please refer to the following KB article to get detail methods: > >> "The local policy of this system does When I add in any domain global group, and click OK, I get the error An Extended Error has occurred.
It would give me the error message: â€œThe local policy of this system does not permit you to logon interactivelyâ€. Failed to save local policy database. If you have issues regarding other Microsoft products, you'd better post in the corresponding newsgroups so that they can be resolved in an efficient and timely manner. The user does not have the â€œlogon locallyâ€ user right and like I mentioned I canâ€™t seem to grant the rights.