how to create non interactive user account
I now need to create non-interactive service accounts restricted to some Computer Configuration/Windows settings/Local Policies/User Right. basic home network I want to create a number of non-interactive user accounts on a Windows 8 Pro machine in addition to the existing set of. Go to Computer Configuration -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings This way, the user account will be unable to log on interactively to all.
However, I'm wondering if going through "Deny logon locally" setting is the right way to do it in Windows 8.
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Yes - use the "Log on as service" right. This always had the desired effect. For example, let's say I have three accounts on the machine: "Administrator" from "Administrators", can logon locally"A" from "Users", can logon locally"B" from "Users", denied logon locally.
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|Therefore the "Log on locally" right is not an option here.
In all honesty this is the kind of problem the HomeGroup feature set out to solve, and does solve quite adequately in my opinion.
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Yes, and this is sometimes done with "service accounts" in a business environment, to avoid staff using them for normal admin work. You can. To create a non-interactive service account, follow these directions: In the Policies tree, expand Windows Setting, and then click Security.
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