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Chapter 8.  Sharing and Accessing Networ... > You don't have the necessary right t...

8.13. You don't have the necessary right to perform a task

While permissions determine the actions you can take with folders, files, and printers, rights determine the types of tasks you can perform in general within Windows 2000. For example, the Log on Locally right determines whether or not you can log on to a computer. If you attempt to log on at a computer where you don't have that right, Windows 2000 displays an error message and prevents your logon.

Other rights determine your ability to perform other tasks. The right Remove Computer from Docking Station determines, as you might guess, whether you can undock a computer. The right Shut Down the System determines if you can shut down your computer. Other rights control other tasks.


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