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I want to disable the local users accounts on the machines that are in the domain? i tried to deactivate it from "Configuration \ Windows Settings \ Security Settings \ Local Policies \ User Rights Assignment" but doesn't seem to be working\; I still can logon with a local account.

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You can't do it directly from AD, but you can script and distribute via GPO.

This is a script that should do something like what you want, but BEWARE: this script as written disables everything that isn't Administrator or ASPNET. Modify and test before deploying.

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You can do it directly from AD.

In the Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment you can find a following option: Allow log on locally.

Enable this policy and enter following account on the list: MyDomain\Authenticated Users and BUILTIN\Administrator (the latter will keep you able to login using built-in administrative account).

This way, only domain-authenticated users will be able to log-on locally (that is, perform interactive logon using logon screen).

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