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We have noticed that all of the Windows 2000 servers in our domain, with exception to the domain controllers, allow any domain user to log onto them. This is a security issue in our eyes. Is this a Microsoft flaw?
You can configure Windows 2000 server to allow or deny any user right, including "log on locally." Set it in the default domain controller policy. I agree, allowing users to sit at a console and log onto it is not good for server security.