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Windows 7: Logon as Service for German computers

16 Jan 2012   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit.
Logon as Service for German computers

Hi All,
I am a native English speaker, working in Germany. I have a German Windows 7, Home Premium OS on my office desktop. I need to add a user as Logon to Service settings using the following instructions. However, I am not able to translate this to exact German instructions. Could anyone please help me find my way.

1. Logon to the computer with administrative privileges.
2. Open the ‘Administrative Tools’ and open the ‘Local Security Policy’
3. Expand ‘Local Policy’ and click on ‘User Rights Assignment’
4. In the right pane, right-click ‘Log on as a service’ and select properties.
5. Click on the ‘Add User or Group…’ button to add the new user.
6. In the ‘Select Users or Groups’ dialogue, find the user you wish to enter and click ‘OK’
7. Click ‘OK’ in the ‘Log on as a service Properties’ to save changes.

I would really appreciate.


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16 Jan 2012   #2
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64

You need Wolfgang (WHS), or Borg to help with this....I'll PM them and ask them to drop by here.

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16 Jan 2012   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64

Hello thakers

Also hier einmal die Dinge auf deutsch:

1.Du sollst dich mit Administratorrechten an dem Computer anmelden.
2.Oeffne Adminisitrative Werkzeuge bzw. Instrumente und dann Lokale Sicherheitsrichtlinie.
3.Erweitere den Ordner Lokale Richtlinie und waehle "Zuweisen von Benutzerrechten"
4.In der rechten haelfte, rechts klick auf "Anmelden als ein Service" (finde keine bessere Beschreibung) und dann auf Eigenschaften.
5.Klicke auf "Benutzer oder Gruppe hinzufuegen" um einen Benuzter hinzuzufuegen.
6.In dem "Waehle Benuzter oder Gruppe" Dialog suche den richtigen Benuzter den du haben moechtest und klicke ok.
7.Klicke "OK" in dem "Anmelden als ein Service" Fenster um alles zu speichern.

BTW im German :)
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