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User Rights

You should also make sure the user account has the necessary Windows user rights. To do this, run the Local Security Policy control panel applet (in the Administrative Tools section of the control panel). If you are using the home version of Windows then you may not have access to the Local Security Policy control panel applet (Microsoft have removed the feature from home versions of Windows).

Make sure that the user account has the following user rights:

  • Act as part of the operating system
  • Log on as a batch job
  • Log on as a service

Make sure the user account is not listed in the following user rights:

  • Deny logon as a batch job
  • Deny logon as a service