Windows 11 - new local standard user - cannot login

Damian Woźniak 1 Reputation point

Is something changed since last Windows 11 update?
Because I want to add via domain (computer management) a local standard account on one PC, and everything is "OK" - I mean the account is visible in the panel, but when I run the PC - standard local account is not visible there.

If I choose "other account" and type ".\newlocalaccount" and it's password - it says "The sign-in method you are trying to use isn’t allowed. For more info, contact your network administrator".

When I change the account type to administrator - it's visible on the login screen, and we're able to login, but when it's set back to standard user - not working.

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  1. Kapil Arya 7,871 Reputation points MVP


    See if this fix helps you (works with Windows 11):

    Let us know if this helps!

    Note: Included link in this reply refers to blog post by a trusted Microsoft MVP.

  2. Limitless Technology 39,476 Reputation points


    Method 1: Check for settings.
    Please Modify The Network access permission, from Control access through NPS network policy to Allow access

    Or you can also Try These Steps

    1. Open the Group Policy editor using gpmc.msc

    2) Select your domain and expand Group Policy Objects then right click on "Default Domain Controller Policy" and Click Edit

    3) Under Computer Management, expand Policies and then select Windows Settings

    4) Expand Security Settings and Select Local Policies and then click on User Rights Management

    5) Right click on Allow Logon Locally and click on Properties

    6) In the next screen you can Add the User of Group that you want

    And see if it helps,

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