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Old January 26th 09, 04:24 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
In_the_desert[_2_]
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Default Smart card is required for interactive logon


I have several users that logon without smart cards on a daily basis. I
also have users that are required to login with smart cards. I have one
user in particular that doesn't have a smart card and so his account is
setup to allow him to login with a username and password. The problem is
that for this one individual every day when he comes into work and
attempts to login it tells him he needs a smart card. So everyday he
calls me, I go into Active Directory, and sure enough "Smart card is
required for interactive logon" is checked. I uncheck this box and he is
fine for the rest of the day. Does anybody have any ideas on this?


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