Active Directory- problem creating new user

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Hi,

I am facing problem to create a new user in active directory on server 2003. When I create a new user with the login and password then first time that users can login from client PC but the second time he can not login and screen shows the "method you are using is now allowed".

My client PC has windows vista business. Local policy of client PC has admin, user, guest but when I have connected to domain than I have seen it local policy has only admin no user and it did not highlight the add button so that I can add a user. Can any one help me what is wrong with my active directory user setting.

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Active Directory- problem creating new user

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Please check if you followed these simple steps when you first created the new user. Open Active directory users and computers then in the console tree right click to add the name of the new user you want to create. In the Active directory users and computers /domain node/folder point new then click on the user, then get to type the user's first name, the initials of the user, last name of the user.

Then type the user's logon name then click the UPN Suffix in the list found in the drop down and click next. Type the password and confirm it. Select the appropriate password. To be able to perform this operation you have to be a member of the Active directory's either Account operator group, Domain Admin group or Enterprise Admin group. 

To add a user you can click on the tool bar. You can also copy the previously created account.

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