FAQ

Q: Can not access network folders present on Windows XP Home, despite the credentials are correct.

A: It's possible that the user is not allowed to log into remote host, here a solution to the problem:
Download and install Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools from Microsoft's website, after installation, click on: Start, All Programs, Windows Resource Kit Tools, Command Shell, or alternatively, download the file
Ntrights.exe directly from our website in the Download section.
Now run the command shell and type the following commands:
(note, the commands are case sensitive)

net user Guest /active:yes
ntrights +r SeNetworkLogonRight -u Guest
ntrights -r SeDenyNetworkLogonRight -u Guest

The first command enables network access,
the two subsequent change two different policies for network access for the specified user.

Ntrights.exe command line




Q
: I can not activate the
SecureBackup agent with the indicated account

A: The problem is caused by the fact that the user specified is not allowed to logon as services;
In this case download and install Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools from Microsoft's website (as indicated in the previous question)
or download the file Ntrights.exe directly from our website in the Download section.
Now run the command shell and type the following commands, replacing "username" with the affected user:
(note, the commands are case sensitive)

ntrights +r SeServiceLogonRight -u username
ntrights -r SeDenyServiceLogonRight -u username

The two commands allow the user "username" to logon as service



Q: I can not shutdown a remote computer where is running Microsoft Windows Home.

A: You'll need to enable guest remote shutdown privileges before following the above steps will work.
To do this follow the below steps.
In this case download and install Windows Server 2003 Resource Kit Tools from Microsoft's website (as indicated in the previous question) or download the file Ntrights.exe directly from our website in the Download section.
Now run the command shell and type the following commands:
(note, the commands are case sensitive)
:

net user Guest /active:yes
NtRights +r SeRemoteShutdownPrivilege –u Guest
NtRights +r SeShutdownPrivilege –u Guest

If successful after typing each of the above two NtRights commands you should get a success message. Once this has been completed, exit the command prompt window and restart your computer.
Once the above steps have been completed, you should be able to remotely shutdown that computer from another Windows computer.