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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Application Virtualization User Guide 08 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Checking the Local Login Policies of the AD Server

Checking the Local Login Policies of the AD Server

Scenarios

Before installing the OS on a bare virtual machine (VM), log in to the Active Directory (AD) server using the domain administrator account and check the local login policies. The check results help determine whether to configure VM login policies during the installation of the VM.

Impact on the System

This operation has no adverse impact on the system.

Prerequisites

You have obtained the domain administrator account and password for logging in to the AD server in the user domain.

Data

Data preparation is not required for this operation.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the AD server in the user domain using the domain administrator account.
  2. On the AD server, click .

    The Windows PowerShell dialog box is displayed.

  3. Enter gpmc.msc and press Enter.

    The Group Policy Management window is displayed.

  4. In the navigation tree, choose User domain name > Domains > User domain name > Group policy objects, as shown in Figure A-4.

    Figure A-4 Group policy objects

  5. Select the group policy that has taken effect on the user VM.

    Right-click the group policy that has taken effect on the user VM, for example, right-click Default Domain Policy, and click Edit.

    The Group Policy Management Editor window is displayed.

  6. In the navigation tree, choose Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment, as shown in Figure A-5.

    Figure A-5 Assigning user rights

  7. In the right pane, view and record the value of Policy Setting in the Allow log on locally row.

    NOTE:
    • The value of Policy Setting will be used during ISO VM installation.
    • If Policy Setting is set to Not Defined, local login policies are not configured. When installing the OS on a bare VM, you must configure the VM login policies based on user requirements.
    • If Policy Setting is not set to Not Defined, local login policies are configured and the configured security policies apply to all the VMs in the domain. Therefore, when installing the OS on a bare VM, you do not need to configure VM login policies.

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Updated: 2019-04-25

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