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I even get success audits now: "A trusted logon process has registered with the Local Security Authority. This logon process will be trusted to submit logon requests. Logon Process Name: CVSN For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp." This is what I get after getting the error message from CVSNT. This is getting murkier by the minute. - John John den Haan schreef: > Tony Hoyle schreef: >> Glen Starrett wrote: >>> John den Haan wrote: >>>> Maybe this will help you identify my problem? Maybe there's >>>> something wrong with the process I'm going through? >>> >>> Not sure -- I don't do a whole lot with non-system users, but I do >>> use that during training sessions occasionally. I seem to recall >>> playing with it a bit, but short of my reproducing your steps I'm out >>> of ideas at the moment. >> >> There should be something in the system audit logs for this error - it >> means that the system as rejected the user switch, which it shouldn't >> on default configurations (LocalSystem has the rights to do it by >> default). It's possible something in the active directory policy has >> disabled it - that would show up in the logs I expect. >> >> Tony > > The logs show nothing. Only when I log in successfully, I get a list of > success-log. No such thing as a failure. I am running on XP SP2 and have > no clue about active directory. I don;t think I installed anything like > that.