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Network Access on Windows XP - Administrative Tools

Network Access on Windows XP - Administrative Tools

Network Access on Windows XP - Administrative Tools

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I apologize if there is already a thread on this, I checked and was unable to find one.  I am having trouble restricting network access to only users in a Windows XP environment.  I have 2 machines, each with 2 user accounts on each.  1 of the accounts on each machine is set to administrator, which I use my name for, and the others, are set as users only, which I denied network access.  However, even when I permit administrators and power users only for network access, and remove the students, it denies access to EVERYONE.  I restrict and permit access by going to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Local Security Settings -> Local Policies -> User Right Assignments.  I restricted network access to the Student user in which was catergorized in "Users" However, it denied everyone access.  Does anyone have any suggestions?  Thanks a bunch.

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