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Setting System Access Permissions on Windows XP
To set permissions on Windows XP:
- Select Start Settings Control Panel.
- In the Control Panel, open Administrative Tools.
- In Administrative Tools, open Local Security Policy.
- In the Local Security Settings window, expand the tree for Local Policies and select User Rights Assignment.
- Right-click the required user right, and select Properties. The appropriate properties window appears (for example, Log on as a batch job ).
- To add permissions:
- Click Add User or Group. The software opens the Select Users or Groups window.
- Specify the user ID that requires this permission.
- Click OK.
- Click Apply then OK to save your changes and close the Properties window.
- When you are finished, restart the machine so that the updates will take effect.
|Windows Server 2012||Yes|
|Windows Server 2012 R2||Yes|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||Yes|
|Windows Server 2008||No|
|Windows Server 2003||No|
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