How to set [Logon As Service] Privilege in the VK-64 / VK-16 Software ver. 2.2

Article ID: ART105752 | Date published: 05/11/2015 | Date last updated: 08/15/2015


[Logon As Service] Privilege

When you want to add the [Logon As Service] privilege to an existing Windows account so that you may be able to configure network drive settings, perform the following steps before configuring the [logon settings].

1. Click [Control Panel], [Performance and Maintenance], [Administration Tool], and [Local Security Policy] from the Windows' [Start] menu.

The [Local Security Policy] dialog appears.

2. Select [Local Policy] and [User Rights Assignment] from the tree to the left.

3. Double-click [Logon as Service] from the list to the right.

The [Log on as a service Properties] dialog appears.

4. Click [Add User or Group].

The [Select Users or Groups] dialog appears.

5. Enter the Windows account name in the [Enter the object names to select] field.

Enter or change the object name, location, and detail settings as required.

Be sure to enter a Windows account with Administrator privileges.

6. Click [OK].

The [Log on as a service Properties] dialog reappears.

7. Click [OK].

The [Local Security Settings] dialog reappears.

8. Close the [Local Security Settings] dialog.



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